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  • Woman attacks, is killed by police in Glen Burnie, Md.

    The Anne Arundel County Police say that a
    Maryland Mass Transit Administration (MTA) police officer shot and killed a woman
    at the Cromwell Light Rail Station in Glen Burnie Friday.

  • Drivers pose dangers to highway workers, police

    As two Maryland Transportation Authority police officers recover after their cruiser was struck on Interstate 95, AAA Mid-Atlantic says drivers striking or nearly striking people on the highway happens all too frequently, despite Move Over laws.

  • More seats and better service coming to MARC

    Maryland Gov. Martin O\’Malley is using new transportation dollars to revamp and improve MARC train service between Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

  • NTSB investigators visit site of Bay Bridge crash

    wo National Transportation Safety Board officials spent several hours with Maryland officials Thursday and drove over the Bay Bridge to see the spot where last week a car plunged into the waters below.

  • Three ICC bus routes face the chopping block

    More than 100 people packed into the Owen Brown Interfaith Center in Columbia Thursday to hear more about the state plan to end three bus routes along the Intercounty Connector and to voice their opinions against the service reductions.

  • MTA proposes route cuts to commuter buses

    Traffic gets bad enough as it is. What will happen if some commuter bus routes are cancelled?

  • Clipper delievers blast of snow during morning rush hour in D.C.

    A quick-moving clipper delivered a blast of snow in the D.C. region on Friday morning, causing complications on the roadways during the morning rush.

  • Going car-free could save nearly $10K in D.C.

    Using public transportation instead of driving
    could save commuters an average of $10,502 a year,
    according to the American Public Transportation
    Association.

  • MARC makes schedule changes on Brunswick Line

    Starting Monday, MARC Brunswick Line passengers
    will have to adjust their routines. Some trains
    will leave earlier than in the past.

  • Lawmakers brainstorm fixes to Brunswick MARC line

    Upgrading platforms and adding weekend MARC train runs are up for discussion as state lawmakers begin brainstorming about the rail system that carries hundreds of Frederick County residents to work each day.