The MTA is catering to disabled riders. The Maryland Transportation Authority is unveiling new mobility vehicles.
Metro says single tracking on the red, orange, blue and yellow lines will affect weekend train riders.
Metro is hosting a series of meetings to talk about discontinuing certain bus stops.
Metro is seeking new members for an advisory committee that advises on ways to improve transit for senior citizens and people with disabilities.
The Maryland Senate is scheduled to take a final vote on a bill that would require moped and motor scooter riders to wear helmets.
Capital Bikeshare is adding docking stations at the most popular locations where riders pick up and drop off bikes in the Washington area.
Motorcycle riders are some of the most generous people in the world, and this weekend in Harford County they’ll prove it again for the Ace of Hearts Ride.
Metro riders traveling on parts of the red, green, orange and blue lines should expect delays this weekend.
Metro is looking into coming up with a payment system that would let riders skip buying fare cards and instead use their cell phones, credit cards or federal IDs to pay fares on the transit system.
A new Metro report says riders aren’t happy with the transit agency’s “peak-of-the-peak” fares, but the extra 20-cent fee isn’t changing their behavior.
It hasn’t happened in eight years, but now the cost of getting around on the MTA will increase.