The Maryland Transit Administration is warning that crowd estimates for the U2 concert in Baltimore could break records. The crowd estimate for Wednesday’s concert at M&T Bank Stadium is now 80,000. The capacity for Ravens games is 71,000, and the ...Read More »
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The Maryland Transit Administration is in the process of replacing signage at its subway stops as part of a renovation effort to make the system more user-friendly. The blue pylons bearing the name of each station have so far been ...Read More »
One potato, two potato, three potato, four. Counting used to seem so simple. Then along came the Maryland Transit Administration and things got so complicated. Depending on whether the agency was reporting its fiscal 2009 numbers to the feds or ...Read More »
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Towson U. eyes Commons space Administrators at Towson University has been talking with the owner of the nearly vacant Towson Commons about leasing space to use for classrooms and academic offices. Some local leaders have said such a conversion could rejuvenate ...
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ROCKVILLE — A sewer line break between Rockville and Garrett Park and signal problems are causing delays for MARC riders on all Brunswick Line trains into Washington. The Maryland Transit Administration says all trains into Washington are expected to be ...Read More »
Maryland transit officials are launching a new schedule for the heavily used MARC Penn Line in an effort to ease overcrowding and reduce stress on train engines. The Maryland Transit Administration says that beginning Monday it will run more trains ...Read More »
Responding to a rising chorus of complaints about rush-hour crowding and service breakdowns on the MARC Penn Line, the Maryland Transit Administration unveiled a plan to group the trains into six- and seven-car sets — compared with six, eight or ...Read More »
A joint venture consisting of Baltimore-based multidisciplinary consulting firm Rummel, Klepper & Kahl LLP and Aecom Technology Corp., a Los Angeles-based provider of professional technical and management support services, has been awarded an eight-year, $60 million program management contract by ...Read More »