Pandemic’s impact on traffic, transit, may outlast outbreak

The coronavirus pandemic has slashed Maryland traffic and transit ridership, but it also has led to some unexpected consequences and may be reshaping commuting patterns for years to come, local experts say. Since Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency on Mar. 5, Maryland Transit Administration ridership has been down by an average of about ...

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