Maryland Transit Administration
The Maryland Transit Administration says three light rail stations will close for week to make emergency repairs to tracks and to prevent further erosion of land.
Say goodbye to your car and hello to Baltimore’s public transportation options.
Officials are warning commuters who use MARC’s Camden line to expect delays after a freight train derailment over the weekend.
A forum has been scheduled to discuss the Red Line transit project in Baltimore.
Construction industry experts will be talking about the proposed Purple Line light rail project.
Live music, food, drinks and one of the best fireworks shows in the nation are coming to Baltimore yet again for the New Year’s Eve Spectacular. Expected to take over the entire Inner Harbor amphitheater area, the Baltimore New Year’s Eve Spectacular will feature a full fireworks show that will take off at midnight on the dot. Enjoy the main event with live music from local bands while you’re waiting for the fireworks, which will start around 9 p.m. Whether you spend this New Years in your home or venture out into the city, you’ll be able to view a sky covered with neon lights during this free fireworks show. Don’t fret over parking fees or hotel accommodations, as this guide will help you set up a great night before the New Year.
Tickets for MARC train service to the presidential inauguration are set to go on sale.
The Maryland Transit Administration plans to resume full service after finding little damage from superstorm Sandy on its rail lines.
The Maryland Transit Administration plans to resume limited service after finding little damage from superstorm Sandy on its rail lines.
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) has canceled all service for Monday due to severe weather conditions that will be caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Flipping the switch. Maryland Transportation Administration (MTA) officials are turning on the audio of surveillance cameras on buses. It’s a controversial move that’s causing a stir among lawmakers, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and MTA riders.
The Maryland Transit Administration says service on a portion of the MARC Penn Line has been suspended due to a power outage.