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A matter of justice

Joe Nathan Big

We thought that the Baltimore Red Line was dead. Of course, we are referring to the proposed 14-mile light rail line serving the core of the region from Woodlawn in the west to Bayview at its eastern terminus. This transit ...

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DOT expands investigation into Red Line cancellation

This 2013 photo depicts a sign near the West Baltimore MARC train station. (File)

The U.S. Department of Transportation has expanded its investigation of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to cancel a railway line, saying the probe will now include all of the state transportation agency’s programs to determine whether federal law was violated. ...

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Report: Subways won’t help Baltimore grow

Metro SubwayPhtg:  Eric Stocklin

Investment in fixed-line mass transit, such as the now abandoned Red Line project, would not have much impact on Baltimore’s population, according to a recent report. The study, “Subways and Urban Growth: Evidence from Earth” by Marco Gonzalez-Navarro, of the ...

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Democrats seek more control of Md. transportation decisions

05.12.15 BALTIMORE, MD- From left, Brian O'Malley, Central Maryland Transportaion Alliance; Elise Bruner, Blue Water Baltimore; Steve Holt, CPHA; and Shannon Frede, Red Line Now; holding a banner supporting the Red Line in 2015. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz).

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan’s reprioritizing transportation spending, including the cancellation of the multibillion-dollar Red Line project in Baltimore, has some state legislators pushing for changes. The proposed legislation is the latest battle over transportation spending that started last summer, ...

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Baker to detail how Hogan gives ‘short end of the stick’ to some jurisdictions

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker speaks in 2015 at The Daily Record office. (Jason Whong / The Daily Record)

Local leaders from three heavily Democratic areas will meet with reporters to offer a contrarian view of last year under Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.

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City Lab: Baltimore demolition fine, Red Line better

Julius Henson, of the Berea-Eastside Community Association, takes the first whack at ripping down a vacant home in the 1500 block of North Rose Street on Tuesday.  (The Daily Record / Adam Bednar)

The nearly $70o million Creating Opportunities for Renewal and Enterprise proposed by Gov. Larry Hogan to address blight in Baltimore is nice, but it’s not what the residents of West Baltimore need. That’s the argument laid out by the online urban ...

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