More Train, Bus Service Returning To Maryland As Coronavirus Restrictions Are LoosenedSome transit options for Maryland commuters are returning as more people return to work and more businesses are allowed to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: Two MTA Bus Operators Test Positive For COVID-19Two more Maryland Transit Administration bus operators have tested positive for the coronavirus, the agency said Monday.
Coronavirus Closings: Some Bus Service From Anne Arundel, Howard Counties To DC SuspendedThe Maryland Transit Administration is temporarily suspending nine more bus routes amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Metro Subway Link Resumes Normal Service Between Johns Hopkins Hospital And Shot Tower StationsThe Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Transit Administration, resumed normal service on the Metro Subway Link between the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Shot Tower stations on Saturday.
Md. Transit Officials In 'Heightened State Of Awareness' Following NYC Terror AttackMaryland Transit Administration Police are in a “heightened state of awareness” following a New York City terror attack Monday.
Baltimore Metro Subway Detaches At Height Of Rush HourNo one was injured when a Baltimore metro subway split apart with passengers on board Friday morning in Owings Mills.
Some Service On Baltimore Light Rail To Be SuspendedThis weekend, Light rail service between the North Avenue an Camden stations in Baltimore will be suspended in both directions. That's according to our media partners at The Baltimore Sun. 
New Bus From Baltimore to Aberdeen Proving GroundA new commuter bus route is being rolled out from Baltimore to Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Baltimore's Penn-North Neighborhood To Get $27M MakeoverBaltimore's Penn-North neighborhood will soon be getting a major makeover.
MTA Police Partnering With Baltimore CommunitiesMaryland Transit Administration police are partnering with communities across the Baltimore region to raise crime prevention awareness.
Maryland Governor Details 43 Possible Purple Line CutsMaryland's governor is detailing some of the potential cuts aimed at reducing Purple Line costs by $210 million.