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Bold ideas to break down the city's barriers.
Is the proposed 300-mile-per-hour maglev train Baltimore’s future? Or fantasy?
The Baltimore Streetcar Museum rebuilds from an ironic accident.
Special report on the crash of Amtrak Colonial 94.
Before exploring intra-city transportation options, local leaders hope to address issues at home.
The cleanup continues from an ironic and heartbreaking accident.
Improbably, Larry Hogan is the second-most-popular governor in the country. But is he good for Baltimore?
After troubleshooting in other cities, the scooter-sharing company launches in Baltimore.
The station will provide a new entrance for rail passengers who take the Camden Line of the MARC train.
With two high-speed trains suddenly on the Maryland horizon, it’s kind of hard to keep up.
Penn Station Partners will be refreshing the century-old train station.
Pedestrian-only Rye Street runs only 190 feet, but offers public access to waterfront.
Following its June 18 debut, new routes are causing issues with travelers.
Local nonprofit provides funding for literacy programs in Baltimore.
We’ve devised a wish list of some realistic (and some unrealistic) improvements to Pimlico Race Course.
Maryland Public Commission approved alternative background checks for ride-sharing companies.
We spoke with AAA to find out how to stay safe on snowy and icy roads.
City's new transportation system opens with 20-station network.
A report from the lone underground line finds a surprisingly well functioning ride.
A look at the people, places, and trends that will shape the city.
The efficient movement of people, goods, and services is central to the function of any city—forever facing new challenges and demanding new solutions.