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The Inter-County Connector has performed up to expectations in little more than three months of channeling about 1 million paying drivers between Interstate 270 and Georgia Avenue in Montgomery County, transportation officials said Wednesday. Traffic on Maryland’s newest highway, officially ...Read More »
The Maryland Transportation Authority will be holding its first public hearing on a proposal to raise tolls on the state’s bridge, tunnels and other roads. The hearing will be held at Shady Grove Middle School at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. It ...Read More »
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Just before Marylanders began the summer ritual of heading for the beach in large numbers came word that state transportation officials are considering hefty toll hikes. Good. Maryland’s toll roads and bridges are another part of our transportation infrastructure that ...
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The Maryland Transportation Authority board gave preliminary approval Thursday to sweeping statewide toll increases that would more than triple the cost of some bridge crossings. The plan would even out toll rates across the state, give E-Zpass users a 10 ...Read More »
OCEAN CITY — U.S. Rep. Andy Harris says he opposes a proposal to double the eastbound toll on the Bay Bridge. The Maryland Republican, whose district includes the Eastern Shore, said at a news conference Wednesday that state officials were ...Read More »
The Maryland Transit Administration reported to federal officials carrying 18 million more bus riders than it did when submitting ridership data to the state in fiscal 2009. That discrepancy is revealed in a new state audit by the Department of ...Read More »
The Maryland Transportation Administration says MARC Penn Line trains are delayed due to mechanical problems and damaged overhead electrical wires. The agency said Monday that it estimates the first Penn Line train from Baltimore to Washington will leave at 7:30 ...Read More »