MTA Bus Hits, Kills Pedestrian In West BaltimorePolice are investigating a deadly crash involving an MTA bus and a pedestrian in west Baltimore.
Baltimore County Police Investigating After Suspect Fires At 1 Person Near MTA Bus StopBaltimore County Police are investigating an incident involving a suspect who fired shots at a person near an MTA bus stop Thursday morning. 
MTA Giving Away Free CharmPass Fares For 'Car Free Day'Commuters hoping to leave their vehicles parked at home for World Car Free Day are getting another incentive to hop on the bus to get to work.
Remaining Pratt Street Lanes Opened MondayThe remaining lanes of Pratt Street, previously closed after a roadway collapse in July, will reopen Monday at noon. 
Light RailLink Service To Resume Between Falls Road, North Avenue WednesdayRegular Light RailLink service is scheduled to resume Wednesday between Falls Road and North Avenue, MTA officials said.
Light Rail Could Be Closed For Weeks After Water Main Break In Downtown BaltimoreA stretch of the light rail could be closed for weeks in downtown Baltimore following an underground collapse caused by a water main break.
Here's The Best Times To Travel This Fourth Of July WeekendThe Maryland Transportation Authority is anticipating heavy traffic on the Bay Bridge starting Wednesday all through Sunday. 
MTA Fares Increase Began SundayCommuter bus and the MARC train fares are not affected.
MTA To Raise Fares For Buses, Subway, Light Rail, Mobility Shuttles In JuneEffective June 23, the single-trip fare will increase from $1.80 to $1.90 for Local Bus, Light RailLink and Metro SubwayLink single-trip fares will increase from $2.00 to $2.10. 
Police Look For Suspects Who Allegedly Sexually Assualted A Woman Getting Off An MTA BusBaltimore police are looking to identify two people accused of sexually assaulting a woman after she got an MTA bus on North Fulton Avenue on February 6.
Former MTA Employee Paid Company Where Family Worked $4.5 Million, Audit FindsThe state's Office of Legislative Audits uncovered potential conflicts of interest among contracts made by a former Maryland Transit Administration employee, according to a report released Monday.