Thousands of Baltimore-area homes and businesses went 24 hours without water. Monday night’s emergency repairs led to more problems for Baltimore’s water system—and residents have had enough. Water was restored briefly Tuesday evening but a leak in a 10-inch main have led to more problems.
Metro suspended service on several lines between Foggy Bottom in Washington and Rosslyn in northern Virginia for about three hours after a report of smoke.
Waiting for the cable guy might not be as bad as it used to be–at least not if you have Comcast.
In a rare burst of bipartisanship, the House moved Wednesday to boost Amtrak’s popular service between Boston and Washington while giving states a greater say in the local routes they help subsidize.
The National Park Service has canceled its first public meeting about charging entrance fees along the entire, 185-mile length of the Chesapeake and Ohio National Historical Park.
Metro says it may have to cut back service unless Washington-area jurisdictions increase their subsidies to the transit agency for next year.
Ben Bradlee, the longtime executive editor of The Washington Post during some of its proudest moments, was remembered as a “journalistic warrior” Wednesday during his funeral at Washington National Cathedral.
A funeral service will be held at Washington National Cathedral for Ben Bradlee, the former editor of The Washington Post.
Metro says riders on some lines will wait longer for trains this weekend and that only the silver line is unaffected.
Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor service resumed Tuesday afternoon after being shut down for a time. Downed lines have canceled MARC service through Wednesday morning at Perryville and Aberdeen stations.
New regulations could drive Uber out of Maryland. The popular car service is battling back, appealing the new rules. But state officials say there needs to be more oversight.
The Maryland body that oversees transit ruled that a popular web-based ride sharing service is subject to state regulation.