Maryland's transportation secretary says the state will withhold about $55.6 million in capital funds from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority due to a lack of transparency about how state money is being used.Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan ordered his state transportation secretary Friday to seek a new contract to oversee the largest public-private highway project in the country saying a recent contract that was put on hold lacked public transparency.Read More »
A newly reorganized transit system has yet to make its first trip, but already Gov. Larry Hogan and Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn are calling the nascent BaltimoreLink system transformative. Hogan and Rahn stood in a parking lot of the ...Read More »
BALTIMORE — Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is promoting Gov. Larry Hogan’s BaltimoreLink bus plan. Flacco is scheduled to team up with state transportation officials on Wednesday in Baltimore to unveil “Flacco Buses.” They will have bus wraps featuring the ...Read More »
An effort to repeal a recently enacted law that requires the state to score and rank local transportation projects will be part of Gov. Larry Hogan’s legislative package when the 2017 session begins in less than a month. Hogan speaking ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s transportation secretary told lawmakers that a law meant to promote transparency in how the state funds local transportation projects is irreparably broken and should be scrapped. Pete K. Rahn made his comments Friday in response to questions ...
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WASHINGTON — A federal judge has canceled government approval of the light-rail Purple Line, citing ongoing problems with Metrorail. A U.S. District Court judge said in a ruling Wednesday that Maryland must do another study projecting anticipated Purple Line ridership ...Read More »