Audit finds conflict of interest in MTA contracts

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland —The state’s Office of Legislative Audits uncovered potential conflicts of interest among contracts made by a former Maryland Transit Administration employee, according to a report released Monday. The report presented evidence that the unnamed MTA management employee had,…

MTA looking to boost ridership with help from Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco

BALTIMORE –Maryland Transit Administration officials unveil new buses to encourage and promote ridership throughout Baltimore. Back in October of 2015, Governor Larry Hogan introduced his BaltimoreLink plan, which will revamp bus routes and improve connections to Amtrak, MARC, and the…

Officials with new BaltimoreLink bus system host public meetings

Many attendees had questions about changes to the bus routes they use most frequently

Gov. Hogan Announces Transit Plan for Baltimore City

Governor Larry Hogan announces $135 million in targeted investments to transform and improve transit throughout the Baltimore metropolitan area.

Paratransit Riders Frustrated, MTA Under Scrutiny

Maryland Transit Administration’s paratransit service Mobility is working to make changes to serve customers and national standards

Langley Park Businesses Sweat Survival During Purple Line Construction

A growing number of University Boulevard businesses near the path of the Purple Line light rail system are worried about their survival during construction.

Maryland Transportation Bills Clash

Two transportation bills heard in the House of Delegates Ways and Means Committee Wednesday would basically cancel each other out.