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  • Harbor East condo is an urban oasis

    Harbor East condo is an urban oasis
    Baltimore's Harbor East is burgeoning with new construction that includes hotels, shopping, dining, professional services and places to call home. The building at 1400 Lancaster St. is one of the finest examples of urban condominium living in the city....
  • Big MARC fare hikes cause riders to press Hogan for hearings

    Big MARC fare hikes cause riders to press Hogan for hearings
    MARC train riders urged Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday to delay fare increases announced by the Maryland Transit Administration and to order the agency to hold public hearings on hikes of as much as 67 percent for weekly ticket purchasers. The MARC Riders...
  • Wandering Eye: MTA fares are going up, 'where are all the black art critics?', and more

    Wandering Eye: MTA fares are going up, 'where are all the black art critics?', and more
    Public transit fares are going up on June 25, and riders are asking Larry Hogan just what he's gonna do about it, The Sun reports. The governor's communications director, Matthew A. Clark, tells the paper: "MTA fare increases due to take effect this month...
  • Official: Laurel Park wants MARC station moved next to the track

    The owners of Laurel Park, who plan to build a transit-oriented development with retail and residential space near the racetrack, have asked the state to open a MARC commuter rail stop closer to the track, Laurel City Council President Ed Ricks said....
  • Is the fare increase fair?

    Is the fare increase fair?
    The median household income in Baltimore is only about 56 percent of the statewide average. About one in four city residents lives below the poverty line compared to one in 10 statewide, and the unemployment rate in March was 50 percent higher than the...
  • 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...
  • MTA bus, MARC train fares to increase next month

    MTA bus, MARC train fares to increase next month
    State-mandated fare increases on local buses, MARC trains and other Maryland Transit Administration services will go into effect on June 25, the MTA announced Tuesday. The base fare on local buses, light rail and Metro trains will increase from $1.60...
  • Amtrak resumes service; funerals held for derailment victims

    Amtrak resumes service; funerals held for derailment victims
    Amtrak resumed its Northeast Corridor service Monday after last week's fatal derailment in Philadelphia, as funerals for victims, including Towson businessman Robert Gildersleeve, were held. Eight people were killed and more than 200 injured when an...
  • Fieldtripping: Newsing

    Fieldtripping: Newsing
    The ladyfriend and I are celebrating our anniversary this week, and because we are both total nerds, we did it up by taking the weekend MARC train to D.C. for a weekend of learning fun. It was hard to balance our desire to read ALL THE SIGNS at the...
  • Our say: Hogan's interest in maglev not well-timed

     Our say: Hogan's interest in maglev not well-timed
    Magnetic levitation transport is a fixture of Tomorrowland – like fusion, flying cars and jetpacks – that always seems to be one the verge of arriving but never quite makes it. The technology is impressive. Vehicles float just above...
  • Orioles opener set, so are roadway modifications

    Orioles opener set, so are roadway modifications
    State and local transportation officials said that modifications will be in effect on local roads and rails during the Orioles regular season home opener on Friday afternoon. The Baltimore City Department of Transportation said those driving to the...