Transportation News

Rawlings-Blake: No Red Line Plan B

If the proposed 14.1 mile Red Line light rail connecting East Baltimore and western Baltimore County isn’t approved there is no backup plan to address the city’s mass transit needs, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said today.

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Don't kill the jobs line

The future of two proposed light rail systems in Maryland rest largely in the hands of Gov.-elect Larry Hogan who has expressed skepticism about both.

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With money tight, Maryland transportation advocates hope for the best

Bad budget news, and a governor-elect who has made it clear cutting state spending is a priority, means local jurisdictions and mass transportation advocates are watching closely for signs of how the new administration will...

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Transit must connect workers, jobs

New research on Baltimore-area mobility starkly frames compelling transit challenges facing the Greater Baltimore region.

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Federal Spending Bill Funds MD Transportation Projects

Maryland will see hundreds of millions in federal cash to build the Red Line, dredge the port of Baltimore and clear a backlog of rape kits, among other provisions in a massive budget deal reached by congressional negotiators...

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Deadline for Purple Line Bids Extended

The Maryland Transit Administration has extended its deadline for Purple Line bids to give Gov.-elect Larry Hogan more time to assess the project, which he previously has criticized as too expensive.

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