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.