Transportation officials say Maryland has pulled all funding for a proposed double-stack rail facility and ended its agreement with CSX to build a facility in southwest Baltimore.
The NTSB opens up hundreds of pages of documents detailing the train and truck collision in Rosedale one year ago that caused a fiery explosion and weeks of cleanup.
Splitting the bill! City officials and representatives have agreed to split the $15 million construction costs to rebuild 26th Street after a major collapse back in April displaced residents for weeks and swallowed cars onto the CSX tracks.
The city of Baltimore and CSX agree to split the cost of rebuilding the collapsed retaining wall along E. 26th Street.
The bill for the damage created by the collapsed 26th Street is on the rise. Baltimore City has paid nearly $100,000 for hotels and other needs of displaced Charles Village residents. The price tag is in addition to the $18.5 million estimated cost for reconstruction.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park is advising visitors to expect minor traffic delays near Cumberland due to the replacement of a CSX railroad bridge over the Potomac River.
The weeks of living in hotels are over for most of the residents of the 26th Street collapse. As they continue moving back in, the mayor gave an update on all the progress.
Cleanup continues statewide in the wake of this week’s severe weather. Damage includes a street collapsing, swallowing cars onto train tracks below.
The 26th Street retaining wall collapse in Baltimore is one of several major problems for CSX on the East Coast this week.
It was a landslide the size of a city block. Cell phone video posted on YouTube shows the exact moment the road collapsed onto the railroad track below.
City landslide. Cleanup is underway after a massive road collapse following heavy rains and flooding across the state.
CSX says several railcars carrying coal derailed in Bowie, but no injuries have been reported.