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Gerald Neily: Red Line plan should be stopped in its tracks

Greater Baltimore Committee President Donald C. Fry apparently does not recognize that something has gone seriously wrong with Baltimore’s proposed Red Line plan over the nearly a half-century since its inception. In the Oct. 17 Daily Record, he recalled how the east-west transit line was "included in the proposed Baltimore regional rail rapid transit system that was published in the GBC's 1968 annual report."

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MTA unveils new vehicles to serve disabled riders

The Maryland Transit Administration is unveiling its new fleet of mobility vehicles to serve riders with disabilities. The transit agency is replacing its fleet of sedans and cut-away buses with new vehicles designed specifically for people in wheelchairs. They are ...

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Senate votes to reconsider MTA audio-taping bill

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Senate has voted to reconsider an audio-taping measure that was rejected by lawmakers on Monday in a 23-22 vote. The bill, voted for reconsideration on Tuesday, prohibits the Maryland Transportation Authority from using audio-taping devices to ...

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