Maryland officials are extending free rides on many transit trains and buses for federal employees affected by the government shutdown.Read More »
The morning after former Hurricane Sandy gave Maryland its worst, regional transportation systems, local governments and many businesses remained closed Tuesday as the north-moving superstorm lingered over the state. The Maryland Transit Administration will resume limited service, with the subway, ...Read More »
High court rules against Md. man A former court employee’s $1 million lawsuit has ended in the U.S. Supreme Court, which held that states cannot be sued under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act’s self-care provision. Daniel Coleman, once the ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A $21.3 million MARC train storage facility will be built in Washington, D.C., under a contract approved by the Board of Public Works Wednesday. Gov. Martin O’Malley, Comptroller Peter Franchot and Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp voted unanimously — ...
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ANNAPOLIS — The Red Line and Purple Line light rail projects will not be built unless Maryland boosts transportation revenue, but that issue could be crowded out in 2012 by more pressing state needs. Lawmakers will face a $1 billion ...
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ROCKVILLE — Metro train service has been restored following a bomb threat that led authorities to evacuate a station in Maryland. Metro spokesman Dan Stessel said Monday that police had detained a woman who threatened she had an explosive device. ...Read More »