Maryland explores changing to electronic-only tolling

Cash tolling is being phased out across the state of Maryland and as soon as next summer, drivers may see all electronic tolling facilities that collect tolls at highway speeds through E-ZPass or video tolling.

Hogan vetoes cut to board’s school-construction oversight

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — Republican Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday vetoed a bill that would strip the state’s Board of Public Works of its power to oversee school construction funding, and was particularly aimed to take power away from Comptroller Peter…

State may be paying more for some Purple Line properties

The state may be paying more for some properties being acquired to make way for the Purple Line light rail, because the Maryland Transit Administration lacks the legal leverage that would help the agency start construction faster.

State funds screens to block ‘fishing’ at detention center

The Board of Public Works approves emergency funding Wednesday, for the second time in four months, to address contraband ‘fishing’ problems at a Baltimore city detention center.

Hogan touts school spending among budget priorities

Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday released the state’s upcoming 2019 fiscal year budget, citing priorities in education.