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MARYLAND’S MOVE OVER LAW EXPANDS TO INCLUDE SERVICE VEHICLES (YELLOW/ AMBER LIGHTS)

Law Takes Effect on October 1 LAUREL, MD (September 26, 2018) – Today the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) State Highway Administration and AAA Mid-Atlantic joined partners including the Maryland Transportation Authority, Maryland State Police, the City of Laurel Mayor and other e...

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Trump eyes billions in cuts as ridership sags on the nation's — and Maryland's — train and bus routes.

By Jeff Jeffrey – National Digital Producer, The Business Journals Ridership has plummeted. Competition is mounting. President Donald Trump is calling for cuts. In short, it's a bad time for public transit in America. To be clear, the nation's rails, subways and buses are in the White House...

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Governor Larry Hogan Announces Major New Southwest Airlines Maintenance Facility for BWI Marshall Airport

Project Will Create 450 Jobs Over 3 Years; Southwest Marks 25 Years of Service in Maryland with Enhanced Commitment Governor Hogan and Southwest Airlines Chairman & CEO Gary Kelly unveil the rendereing for the 3-door, $130M hangar that will begin construction next year. ANNA...

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Route 504: Ready to roll

Soundoff! | Larry Whitley Making sure that the 56,000 people who work on Fort Meade and Fort Meade residents can access the transportation modes they need, Anne Arundel County and the Central Maryland Regional Transit Authority are stepping up. Coordinating with Lt. Col. Allan Floyd, deputy garris...

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