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Ex-Baltimore Transit Chief Charged With $90K Bribery Scheme, Money LaunderingBuses and bribes. The former chief of two popular city transportation programs, the water taxi and Charm City Circulator, is now facing federal criminal corruption charges.
GM Releases Video To Demonstrate Safety Of Recalled CarsOne day after the Department of Transportation refused to order GM to pull recalled vehicles off the road, the auto company has released a video showing tests they've done on the recalled vehicles.
Hanover Street Bridge Reopens After Structural ConcernsThe Hanover Street Bridge is open again.
Drivers Beware: Major Road Construction Set To Begin In Baltimore CityFor the next several weeks, getting around the city will be quite a hassle as crews take on several major road construction projects.
Dozens Of Cars Towed Due To President Obama's Visit To BaltimoreThe Baltimore City Department of Transportation said dozens of cars were removed from certain streets due to President Obama's visit to Baltimore.
Capital Bikeshare Expansion StallingThe expansion of the Capital Bikeshare program is slowing. District officials say they have not been able to get needed equipment from a supplier.
12 Baltimore Employees Accused Of TheftA dozen employees of Baltimore's Department of Transportation are being accused of stealing nearly $60,000 in scrap metal and may be fired.
Baltimore, Charles Co. Offering Free Sandbags To ResidentsBaltimore is providing free sand and sandbags for businesses and residents in flood-prone areas.
Major Traffic Delays Expected As DOT Reroutes Traffic For The Grand PrixThe Baltimore Department of Transportation (DOT) is asking residents driving into the city to expect significant delays due to road closures ahead of this weekend's Grand Prix.
D.C. Dept Of Transportation Reaches 10th AnniversaryMayor Vincent Gray's office has announced that he will help lead celebrations later this week marking the 10th anniversary of the creation of the District's Department of Transportation.
Md. DOT Says New Potomac River Bridge UnlikelyMaryland's transportation department is throwing cold water on the prospect of a new Potomac River Bridge between Montgomery County and northern Virginia.
2 Mobile Speed Cameras In Baltimore Set On Fire; Police Looking For SuspectSpeed cameras set on fire. Baltimore police are searching for the person who torched two cameras in three days.
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