Tag Archives: Howard Street Tunnel

Sinkholes shut down downtown Baltimore streets, light rail

The Court of Appeals held that the checking of passengers who reasonably believe they cannot leave the train before showing proof of payment raises deep concern that the police activity violates the Fourth Amendment prohibition on unreasonable searches and seizures. But the court left open the possibility that the MTA officers' sweeps could be found constitutional if their primary purpose is a public good – perhaps deterring fare evasion – and not to detect criminal wrongdoing, such as an outstanding warrant. (The Daily Record/File Photo)

Sinkholes have indefinitely shut down parts of two downtown Baltimore streets and interrupted light rail service. News outlets report city officials announced Sunday that sinkholes at the intersection of North Howard and West Lexington streets have resulted in the closure ...

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Kamenetz urges federal funds for Howard Street Tunnel

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is supporting the state’s pursuit of federal funds to improve a tunnel in the city that would benefit the redevelopment of Sparrows Point peninsula. Kamenetz sent a letter to U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony ...

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