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  • Closing MARC station unfair to Main Street businesses [Letter]

    The current train station is an historic and economic anchor to Old Town and especially Main Street. This proposal is an economic threat. For example the current MARC parking lot, which, I would point out is owned by the state, i.e. you and me, the...
  • MARC trains could come to Delaware

    Delaware and Maryland transit officials are discussing the possibility of extending MARC, Maryland's commuter rail line, as far north as Wilmington. The News Journal of Wilmington (http://delonline.us/1Cqd2YF ) reported Monday DART CEO John Sisson says...
  • Laurel MARC station needs to maintain Transportation Oriented Development designation [Letter]

    As many of our Laurel City and Laurel service area citizens know by now, the Canadian developers of the West Parking lot of Laurel Park (the Howard County side of the train tracks) are pushing to have the Laurel Train Station abandoned as a train stop and...
  • Claire Louder: Key project for Odenton OK'd in budget

    Claire Louder: Key project for Odenton OK'd in budget
    Lost in the discussion of the personal interactions and the fight over tax reductions in this year's county budget process has been the passage of a pivotal project for Odenton. Funding of the parking garage at the Odenton MARC Station has been a top...
  • MARC line could expand from Perryville into Delaware

    MARC line could expand from Perryville into Delaware
    WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Delaware and Maryland transit officials are discussing the possibility of extending MARC, Maryland's commuter rail line, as far north as Wilmington. The News Journal of Wilmington reported Monday DART CEO John Sisson says...
  • Changes to parking lot in downtown Arbutus take a toll

    This spring, the county's Revenue Authority announced to local businesses that it would be upgrading its parking lot on the corner East Drive and Maple Avenue in an effort to improve the function of the lot. But not everyone is happy about it. Ella...
  • Harford struggling to attract millenials, needs to fix traffic, business leaders tell county

    Harford struggling to attract millenials, needs to fix traffic, business leaders tell county
    Harford County needs to work harder, if it wants to attract millenials. It also has to not only fix its traffic woes, but also decide what kind of community it wants to be, business leaders and residents told county Planning and Zoning Director Bradley...
  • Protesters, elected officials rally in support of keeping Laurel's train stop

    Protesters, elected officials rally in support of keeping Laurel's train stop
    Led by Laurel City Council President Ed Ricks, dozens of residents gathered in the parking lot of the Laurel MARC train station Wednesday morning, chanting "save our stop" in unison and hoisting signs to protest the Maryland Department of Transportation...
  • Our say: Fairer fare welcome, questions remain

    "We heard you!" That was the heading of a release the state Department of Transportation sent the same day as our editorial last week criticizing that agency for carrying out a sharp increase in weekly fares for MARC commuter rail service — as...
  • MTA unveils new MARC plan with smaller fare hike

    The Maryland Transit Administration authority has unveiled a less costly MARC pass that can be used on week days only after riders complained about a hefty increase in the fares for seven-day passes. The MTA announced the new plan Thursday at the monthly...
  • Laurel MARC station might move

    Laurel MARC station might move
    The owners of Laurel Park have asked the state Department of Transportation to consider moving the MARC station on Main Street to a new location near the racetrack, officials said. A work group met Friday to study the transportation needs in the area...