Transportation News

Maryland's future road map

A series of transportation decisions made by Gov. Larry Hogan, in particular his controversial cancellation of the proposed Red Line in Baltimore, is giving rise to a debate in Annapolis over how projects are added or removed...

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The next civil rights issue of our time

Earlier this year, Maryland's new Republican governor, Larry Hogan, canceled a long-planned new transit line across Baltimore, angering city officials and residents in the mostly-black urban neighborhoods that stood to gain...

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NAACP, ACLU challenge Hogan administration over scrapping Red Line

A coalition of civil rights groups filed a federal complaint against the Hogan administration Monday, contending that its scuttling of Baltimore's Red Line light rail project discriminates against African-Americans.

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Howard, Laurel leaders ask CSX for more commuter rail service

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman and Laurel City Council President Ed Ricks are joining together to appeal to railroad company CSX Transportation, Inc. to allow full commuter train service at two stations in Laurel.

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Greater Baltimore's transportation system gets a 'D' in new report card

Greater Baltimore's transportation network is under fire again, this time from a corporate and civic group tagging it with an overall D grade.

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Gov. Hogan unveils $135M plan to improve Baltimore bus system

Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday unveiled what he called a "transformative" $135 million plan to improve Baltimore's bus system — his answer to the mass transit void left by his cancellation of the Red Line light rail project.

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