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.
Got A Comment About Maryland's New Toll System? Now's Your Time To Chime In As of Thursday, August 1, Maryland Transportation Board will allow public comments and hold hearings on a set of toll payment options with the toll modernization system coming online net year.
All Bird Scooters Must Be Out Of Baltimore By Tuesday, As 4 Other Dockless Scooter, Bike Companies Get PermitsThe Department of Transportations reveals its first operators for the 2019 Dockless Vehicle Program.
Officials: 'Road Diets' Will Make City Streets Safer, Increase Bike And Pedestrian TrafficA road diet removes a travel lane from a roadway to use that space for other modes of transportation.
Elon Musk Is One Step Closer To Constructing Baltimore-DC 'Hyperloop'Elon Musk, founder of Tesla, may be one step closer to fulfilling a promise he made to Baltimore and DC residents -- created a 29-minute commute between the two cities via an underground "hyperloop."
Amtrak To Invest $90M For Baltimore Penn Station Improvements Amtrak will invest $90 million in improvements to Baltimore Penn Station, they said in a release Thursday.
Uber Brings 'Ride Pass' To Baltimore, Allows Passengers To Avoid Surge Pricing For $25 A MonthStarting Tuesday, 20 more cities- including Baltimore- were added to "Ride Pass", a $25 monthly subscription that allows riders to lock in to discounted trip prices that will not be affected by surge pricing, time of day, traffic or weather. 
Purple Line Testing In Maryland Will Not Begin Until 2020The contractor for Maryland's Purple Line says light-rail trains won't run on test tracks until 2020, at the earliest.
Maryland Suspends New Contracts For Proposed Rail LineTransportation officials in Maryland have suspended new construction contracts, hiring and procurement for a proposed light rail project.
MTA Investigating Possible Maglev Train For Baltimore-DCGetting from Baltimore to Washington, D.C. in 15 minutes could be a reality, but there are still obstacles to overcome.
Japan Authorizes $2M to Study High Speed Train In MarylandJapanese Ambassador to the United States Kenichiro Sasae says Japan has authorized $2 million to support a feasibility study of building a high-speed train between Baltimore and Washington.