Elevators At Mondawmin Metro Stop To Be Replaced, MTA SaysBoth elevators at the Mondawmin Metro SubwayLink Station will be replaced over the next year, the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration said Tuesday.
Ravens Release Details For Light Rail Service During Sunday Night Football GameLight Rail passengers who want to leave Sunday night's Ravens game against the Cleveland Browns early will have to take a shuttle bus, the team said Friday.
Acting MTA Administrator Holly Arnold Elevated To Permanent StatusHolly Arnold, acting head of the Maryland Transit Administration, has been elevated to permanent status, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday.
Dedicated Bus Lanes On North Avenue Open TuesdaySeven miles of dedicated bus lanes opened on North Avenue, offering transit signal priority to buses that officials say reduces travel times by 25%, the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration announced Tuesday.
Man Critically Injured After He Was Pinned By Baltimore Metro Subway CarA man was critically injured Friday evening when he was trapped under a Baltimore Metro Subway car, according to the city's firefighter union.
Track Fire Disrupts Metro Subway ServiceA track fire caused delays Friday morning on the Metro Subway, Maryland Transit Administration officials said.
MTA To Start Enhanced Bus Routes To Job Centers, End Express Bus SurchargeThe Maryland Transit Administration will launch bus route improvements it said will support job centers at Tradepoint Atlantic and Cockeysville, create a new Express BusLink between west Baltimore and Tradepoint Atlantic and end a surcharge for express bus riders, according to an agency statement Friday. The changes go into effect Aug. 29.
MTA Officer Indicted On Second-Degree Assault, Misconduct Charges After He Allegedly Punched Man RepeatedlyA Maryland Transit Administration officer was indicted on second-degree assault and misconduct charges after he allegedly punched a man on the platform repeatedly.
MTA Riders To Pay Same Fares Despite Hike When Full Service Resumes In AugustWhen the Maryland Transit Administration resumes full-service on the MARC train and commuter bus systems on Aug. 30, riders will pay the same rate, despite a legislatively mandated fare increase that will go into effect Thursday, according to an MTA statement.
MTA Police Seek Suspect In May Light Rail RobberyThe Maryland Transit Administration Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man they say is a suspect in an unarmed robbery that occurred May 14 at the Patapsco Light Rail stop, 751 W. Patapsco Avenue, Halethorpe.
State Lawmakers Seek To Lock In Transit Repair FundingState lawmakers are pushing a transportation bill that would increase funding to the Maryland Transit Administration to make the state’s bus system, MARC train, Metro and Light Rail more safe and reliable.
MTA Looking For Person Of Interest In Baltimore Metro AssaultThe Maryland Transit Administration are attempting to identify a person of interest in an aggravated assault in a Baltimore metro station.
Some Baltimore Metro Stations Closed This Weekend For Scheduled MaintenanceSome Baltimore metro stations will be closed starting Friday night due to scheduled maintenance, the Maryland Transit Administration reports.
MDOT MTA Walks Back Planned Service Cuts To Bus Service Due To Coronavirus-Related Budget WoesThe Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration has walked back plans to cut MARC train and bus service following backlash from residents and local leaders.
Residents Upset By Proposed MTA Cuts Prompted By Coronavirus-Related Budget ShortfallBaltimoreans who rely on public transportation to get around decried proposed cuts to bus and MARC service as community leaders said budget shortfalls due to the coronavirus shouldn't be balanced "on the backs of the most vulnerable."