The Maryland Transit Administration expects delays to its bus service to Washington next week due to street closures in the city.
Safety campaign includes a new pedestrian signal, median fence, lower speed limit, and expanded enforcement.
Maryland transit officials are seeking members of the public interested in helping to plan the stations for a proposed transitway in the I-270 corridor of upper Montgomery County.
The public comment period for a state study about a proposed Purple Line's impacts has been extended.
A light-rail Purple Line is a “good candidate” for being built via a public-private partnership, a top Maryland transit official wrote recently.
Today's six-lane roadway would be narrowed to four lanes in the Langley Park area, with the light rail line in the middle.
Five open houses are scheduled to discuss the as yet unfunded transitway across Montgomery and Prince George's counties.
A new company is going to operate and maintain Maryland commuter trains on the Brunswick and Camden lines.