The Red Line transit project is expected to take between six and 12 years to complete and will likely cost between $1.9 billion and $7.2 billion, according to estimates.
Maryland officials should work "as quickly as possible" to start to set residents’ expectations for the east-west Red Line transit project, Bill Ferguson said.
Gov. Wes Moore pushed back on concerns about a Red Line bus network and said his administration has shown it can promote growth without raising taxes.
People came to a series of open house meetings with questions about bus rapid transit — one of two options being considered for the revamped Red Line project.
Officials are hoping to gain local support for a revived Red Line project in Baltimore through open house meetings, but community organizers say they are dubious of the state’s plans.
Gov. Wes Moore displayed a wide range of support as he reignited plans for the east-west Red Line transit line in Baltimore.
Gov. Wes Moore said his administration will revive plans for the 14-mile, multibillion-dollar Red Line in Baltimore.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has closed a complaint alleging that Maryland officials discriminated against African Americans when they canceled a light-rail line in Baltimore. The Washington Post reports that a letter sent to state officials Thursday states that the agency will “administratively close the complaint without finding.” Two complaints, consolidated into one, alle[...]
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 project, first proposed in 2002 and the subject of a decade of meetings and nearly […]
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. Since December of 2015, DOT has been investigating a complaint alleging that Hogan violated a […]
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 University of Toronto, and Matthew A. Turner, of Brown University, was released May 30 and […]
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, when Hogan announced the cancellation of the Baltimore light-rail project, foregoing $9[...]