A new bus route launching next week will connect Maryland's capital with New York City.
Baltimore officials are making it clear they remain upset about the decision to kill the Red Line light rail route ahead of a meeting with transportation officials to discuss improving mass transit. Officials, including Sen. Barbara Mikulski, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn, are scheduled to meet Monday morning at Maryland Department […]
The state's transit agency said hackers and the app did not save the state $600,000.
Baltimore’s spending board is scheduled to vote to extend its contract with Veolia Transportation Inc. to continue to operate the debt-ridden Charm City Circulator.
After the Mass Transit Administration's $2.7 million bus tracker fell short a group of hackers and an app provided bus riders what the state could not.
Another bus line will make trips to the Shops at Canton Crossing from north of downtown more expensive.
Maryland Transit Administration bus riders will now be able to track a bus via smartphone, tablet or computer.
Sounding like an NFL referee, a judge dismissed a woman’s claim that a bus driver’s negligence caused her to trip and fall after viewing a video showing she fell on her own.
First Transit Inc., a nationwide bus transportation company, plans to close a facility in Elkridge and lay off 150 employees there, state officials said Friday.
WASHINGTON — As Metro ridership falls, some people are moving to other forms of public transit. The Washington Examiner reports that Metro saw a 3.6 percent drop in ridership for the fiscal year through March, including a 4.9 percent drop on Metrorail. The transit agency’s latest financial report shows a 1.5 percent drop for Metrobus […]
WASHINGTON — Metro is preparing to modernize the way passengers pay fares. The transit agency is set to choose a contractor to lead the process by July. Metro wants the new system in place within four years. Currently, riders can put money onto electronic SmarTrip cards. But the agency also wants to let people pay […]
That seemed to be the question of the day for bus drivers at stops throughout Baltimore on Friday, as passengers scratched their heads and planned their morning commutes.