Anyone with travel plans may have difficulties today as heavy snowfall continues across Maryland.
Montgomery County Police have identified a man struck and killed by a MARC train in Gaithersburg.
Frederick County police say a man is facing charges after he tried to drive his truck around railroad crossing gates and was struck by a MARC train.
Say goodbye to your car and hello to Baltimore’s public transportation options.
For Beverly Richardson of Severna Park, a weekend visit to the nation’s capital is now hassle-free.
Officials are warning commuters who use MARC’s Camden line to expect delays after a freight train derailment over the weekend.
If you’re trying to find a way to next week’s presidential inauguration, there are still seats left on the MARC trains bound for the district.
With the highly anticipated rematch against longtime rivals the Steelers this weekend, Baltimore is guaranteed to be packed. For Ravens fans considering local transportation instead of fighting the traffic, check out the list for the quickest and easiest options to get to M&T Bank Stadium.
Montgomery County planners are recommending construction of a third track to improve service on the Brunswick Line of the MARC rail commuter system.
The Maryland Transit Administration plans to resume limited service after finding little damage from superstorm Sandy on its rail lines.
The Maryland Transit Administration is announcing final revisions to the Brunswick Line schedule for MARC commuter train riders.
Baltimore County Police have identified the victim of a fatal MARC train accident that occurred May 1 in White Marsh.