Limited Service Continues For MTA MarylandThe Maryland Transit Adminstration announced exapnded service Tuesday, but say they don't believe they will be in normal operation until the week's end.
No Reindeer Required: Santa Driving A Bus In MarylandSanta is arriving by bus, not sleigh, in Maryland.
Stabbing Under Investigation On Board MTA Bus In Baltimore CityA stabbing is under investigation on board an MTA bus in the city.
Light Rail Accident Reported DowntownIt happened on North Howard Street when a car collided with a Light Rail train. An MTA bus was stopped at a red light and was struck by the car as well.
MTA Officer In Weekend Shooting IdentifiedThe Maryland Transit Administration has identified the police officer who shot an armed person in the leg during a struggle.
MTA Unveils New MARC Plan With Smaller Fare HikeThe Maryland Transit Administration authority has unveiled a less costly MARC pass that can be used on week days only after riders complained about a hefty increase in the fares for seven-day passes.
MTA Conducting Sweeps On Light Rail To Catch Fare-SkippersThousands of dollars lost every year from people who ride the Light Rail without paying. Now the Maryland Transit Administration is cracking down.
Search Continues For Suspects In Light Rail StabbingVicious attack. WJZ obtains exclusive video of the violent assault on board a busy Light Rail train. Police need the public's help to identify seven people connected to a stabbing.
Stabbing On Board Light Rail Forces Stop At Centre StreetViolence on the Light Rail. A man is stabbed during a fight on the afternoon train. And now, police need the public's help to find seven people who might know something.
8 Injured After Bus Collides With CarEight people have been transported to a local hospital after a bus accident in Northwest Baltimore Tuesday morning.
Body Found At Owings Mills Metro StationMaryland Transit Administration police are investigating a dead body found by the bus stop at the Owings Mills metro station.
Internal Review Finds MTA Inappropriately Used More Than $10MMaryland's attorney general launches a criminal investigation into the Maryland Transit Administration. Millions of dollars may have been misspent in deals made off the books.