Maryland, Virginia Governors, DC Mayor Call On Biden-Harris For More WMATA FundingMaryland and Virginia's governors, along with Washington, D.C.'s mayor urged the incoming Biden-Harris administration to make the federal government a fourth partner in WMATA funding.
Maryland Board Of Public Works Approves $250M Deal To Complete Purple LineThe governor's office said the negotiations "save Maryland taxpayers $550 million."
Metro Budget Cuts Would Hurt Workers And ResidentsProposed budget cuts at Metro threaten thousands of jobs, the closure of 19 stations, the suspension of 19 bus lines and an end to weekend rail service.
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.
All-Electronic, Cashless Tolling Now Permanent At MDTA-Operated Facilities; Gov. Hogan Urges Motorists To Get E-ZPass To Pay Lowest TollsAll-electronic, cashless tolling will now be permanent at all Maryland Transportation Authority-operated tolls in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday.
Gov. Hogan Announces New Leaders For Baltimore Port, State HighwayMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday announced new leaders for the state's highway system and Baltimore's port.
All Cashless Tolling On Chesapeake Bay Bridge Starting May 12It'll be easier and faster to get to the beach this summer as the all-cashless E-ZPass tolling system will launch on May 12 on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
Coronavirus Latest: Virginia Bus Service To DC Will Suspend Rides Starting FridayThis follows a decision that came just a few days ago to suspend Monday to Thursday services.
6 Priorities Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Is Investing In This Year: Crime, Education, Transportation & MoreMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan gave his State of the State address Wednesday and his top priority is decreasing violent crime in Baltimore. But, he also discussed his other priorities, which range from improving transportation around the state, investing more in schools and helping Maryland's retirees.
Even A Year After Maryland's 'Move Over' Law Expanded, Motorists Don't Know It ExistsMaryland's "move over" law has been in effect since 2010, but nine years later state police officials said they continue to remind motorists about the law -- even a year after it was expanded beyond police cars to other emergency vehicles and tow trucks.
First Section Of Track For Purple Line To Be InstalledThe first section of track for Maryland's $5.6 billion Purple Line is being installed.
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.