Say goodbye to your car and hello to Baltimore’s public transportation options.
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.
Despite the abundance of public transportation options, trains remain a popular and consistent way to travel easily. Check out the world’s coolest train stations.
It’s expensive, runs at more than 300 miles an hour and has the power to transform the East Coast.
Violent robberies on public transportation. Local police and federal officers are fighting back against cell phone thefts–a problem that is multiplying on local transit.
Metro says it won’t be closing any stations this weekend, but all five lines will be affected by work.
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.
Metro is planning to impose a 14-hour cap on the number of hours that automated train control technicians and other employees can work.
The newest transit line in Baltimore is expected to carry 57,000 people a day on a path from near Security Mall to Bayview Hospital.
Organizers in the Washington area say more than 9,000 people have pledged to participate in World Car-Free Day on Thursday.