Transportation News

Waterfront Partnership pushes to start shuttle, expand commuter boats next year

An influential downtown nonprofit is pushing to launch a downtown shuttle and increased boat service to Harbor East and Harbor Point next year to alleviate mounting traffic problems in Southeast Baltimore.

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B&P Tunnel plan would cost $4 billion

Proposals still under consideration to replace the aged Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel with a new railroad tunnel network arcing north would cost about $4 billion.

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Spurned Red Line supporters try to figure out what's next

More than 90 minutes into a Tuesday panel discussion on mass-transit planning in the wake of the canceled Red Line light rail extension, Cynthia Shaw raised her hand. “What do we do now?” said Shaw, 70, a West Baltimore...

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Our Analysis of Maryland's Draft Capital Budget for Transportation -  - Central Maryland Transportation Alliance

Our Analysis of Maryland's Draft Capital Budget for Transportation

Here is a brief analysis of the draft FY2016-21 Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP) released by the Maryland...

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Red Line supporters say Hogan administration dragging feet on records release

Advocates for a now-canceled transit system in Baltimore are accusing state transportation officials of not complying with open records laws and failing to provide documents they say will show how Gov. Larry Hogan and state...

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U.S. lawmakers press Hogan for city transit funding

Members of Baltimore's congressional delegation are pressing Gov. Larry Hogan's administration for detail about how much money the state will save by ditching the Red Line project, and why none of those savings are headed for...

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