A train ride ends in tragedy. Seven people are dead and hundreds injured when an Amtrak train bound for New York derails in Philadelphia. That train made a stop here in Baltimore along the way.
The state is on track with a goal to double the number of passengers on its buses and rail lines. The Transit Administration says it’s expanding a sunrise service, an early-morning, weekend bus line to and from BWI Thurgood Marshall.
A draft of the District of Columbia’s long-range transportation plan favors mass transit and discourages driving.
One of the best ways to cut down on our carbon footprint is to use mass transportation, which of course is much easier to do when cities offer convenient transit options. Find out which American cities have the best public mass transportation systems and how they have been recognized.
Commuter changes. A surprising shift in the way Baltimore gets to and from work. A new report finds we’re spending less time behind the wheel and more time on public transportation.
There were numerous delays and some trains were even canceled Monday night after an Amtrak train went off the tracks just outside of Baltimore’s Penn Station. More than 150 people were stranded and many more stuck at the station.
It’s expensive, runs at more than 300 miles an hour and has the power to transform the East Coast.
MTA riders will soon have a new way to purchase tickets.
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) has canceled all service for Monday due to severe weather conditions from Hurricane Sandy.
As gas prices edge higher, people are finding other ways to get around. In Maryland and across the country, a significantly higher number are using public transportation.
A Maryland state audit is criticizing a $60 million public transportation program created to give rides to people with disabilities.