Just about every form of public transportation is being affected by weather—some worse than others.
Travel by air and land may be affected by the threat of severe weather Tuesday night into Wednesday. BWI Marshall Airport and the Maryland Transportation Authority are making preparations.
A Washington firm is continuing efforts to bring high-speed, magnetic levitation trains to the region.
Among the many areas impacted if the automatic spending cuts take effect–Maryland’s airports. We could see widespread delays at BWI, and smaller airports shut down completely.
A general aviation plane will land at BWI due to a potential mechanical problem.
Another milestone is reached for the region’s busiest airport. BWI-Marshall is reporting record passenger and shipping numbers for 2012.
For the third year in a row Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has set a record for passenger traffic.
There could soon be another way to pass your time while waiting for a flight at BWI if some Maryland lawmakers have their way.
Emergency crews say an airport shuttle bus crashed on Route 170 and Terminal Road Sunday.
A winter storm is brewing across New England, and Maryland travelers are already affected.
Officials at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport say there is no place at the airport where fans can see the Baltimore Ravens return to Maryland after winning the Super Bowl.
Officials at BWI-Marshall Airport say Ravens fans won’t be able to greet the team when players arrive back in Baltimore following their playoff game against the New England Patriots.