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The longtime county transportation official will oversee 1,300 employees and a $200 million operating budget.

In a letter to CSX, Howard and Laurel officials plead for two full commuter train stops.

Motor Vehicle Administration and transportation authority get new leadership.

The county's speed cameras generated $16.6 million in a year, more than any other jurisdiction in the state that have those devices.

Hogan appoints heads of the State Highway Administration and BWI airport.

New laws go into effect Wednesday, as do changes that will impact drivers and commuters in the Washington region.

A new partnership between Maryland and Pennsylvania will streamline customer service and ease the titling and registration process, officials said.

The legislation allows Uber and other popular app-based ride services to operate legally in the state.

The proposal, which now heads to the House, would give Uber and other app-based car services permanent legal status in Maryland. Today is the final day of the legislative session.