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Is Bus Rapid Transit a feasible Red Line alternative?

Is Bus Rapid Transit a feasible Red Line alternative?

Bus Rapid Transit, a possible alternative to the now defunct Red Line light rail proposal, would still require substantial investment, and it’s unclear if it could meet Baltimore’s transportation needs. Members of Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration have previously voiced support ...

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Hogan names new CEO at BWI Marshall Airport

Ricky Smith has been named by the governor as the CEO of Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Smith, a transportation official with 27 years experience, has served as the director of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport since 2007. Prior to ...

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Rawlings-Blake to Hogan: Reconsider Red Line

Rawlings-Blake to Hogan: Reconsider Red Line

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she continues to be disappointed in Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to kill the Red Line light rail transportation program. The mayor and other officials, in a six-page letter, have asked Hogan to reconsider the project. “A ...

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Amtrak trains delayed between Philly and DC

PHILADELPHIA — Amtrak passengers are facing delays along the Northeast Corridor because of the weather. Trains are running late between Philadelphia and Washington. Keystone Service between Philadelphia and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is temporarily suspended. Severe thunderstorms have downed trees and power ...

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Norwegian Air flying to Caribbean from BWI

Norwegian Air flying to Caribbean from BWI

Norwegian Air Shuttle announced two new international flights to Caribbean destinations from Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Thursday. The discount long-haul airliner will fly two round-trips a week from BWI to the Guadeloupe Islands and Martinique. These mark the ...

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MARC rail could go to Delaware

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Delaware and Maryland transit officials are discussing the possibility of extending MARC, Maryland’s commuter rail line, as far north as Wilmington. The News Journal of Wilmington reported Monday DART CEO John Sisson says he will talk ...

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