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  • Good morning, Baltimore: Rams Head president speaks, Congress battles over DHS, new deck of 'Cards'

    Good morning, Baltimore: Rams Head president speaks, Congress battles over DHS, new deck of 'Cards'
    Good Morning, Baltimore: here's what yoou need to know for Friday WEATHER Snow showers are a possibility this morning with flurries in the afternoon. It’s going to be cold today with the mercury hitting a high of 28 with an overnight low of 14. ...
  • Black ice, hazardous travel Friday morning, NWS warns

    Black ice, hazardous travel Friday morning, NWS warns
    The snow is done falling, but below-freezing temperatures will likely cause hazardous conditions on the roadways Friday morning, the National Weather Service warns.  Overnight and early morning temperatures in the 20s are expected to turn melted snow...
  • CEO: Commuter rail system back to full service by March 30

    The head of the French company that operates Massachusetts' commuter rail system apologized for the breakdowns and delays that have plagued the system after a series of storms dumped more than 7 feet of snow on the region and vowed that full service would...
  • The best and worst of Metra's on-time performance

    The best and worst of Metra's on-time performance
    Commuters who took Metra's Electric District Line trains to and from the south suburbs averaged only about one late train a month in 2014, while BNSF Line riders in the west suburbs experienced more than one late train a week. The lines were Metra's...
  • $10.50 tolls fail to keep I-95 express lanes moving

    $10.50 tolls fail to keep I-95 express lanes moving
    Higher tolls aren't keeping drivers out of the I-95 express lanes in Miami-Dade County. And that means it's increasingly slow-going, especially for northbound commuters who thought they were paying a premium for a faster trip out of downtown Miami....
  • CTA's yearlong Wilson station project will slow Loop-bound commutes

    CTA's yearlong Wilson station project will slow Loop-bound commutes
    Morning commutes toward the Loop will soon take a few minutes longer for some riders on the CTA Red and Purple/Evanston Express rail lines while a section of track is rebuilt over the next year, CTA officials were to announce Thursday. Starting March...
  • CTA Red, Purple Line riders could see longer commutes for 1 year

    CTA Red, Purple Line riders could see longer commutes for 1 year
    For the next year, the CTA may want to reconsider renaming the Purple Line Express to something that sounds slower. Starting March 9, North Side riders of Purple Line Express and Red Line trains could see two to six minutes added onto their morning...
  • 500 commuters rescued from train stuck outside Philadelphia

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — About 500 passengers have been rescued from a disabled Philadelphia-area commuter train after an hour and a half without power or heat. A Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority spokeswoman says overhead wires...
  • Winter weather causes school closures across mid-Atlantic

    A snow storm moving through the mid-Atlantic region during the morning commute is leading to many school closures and delays. In northern Virginia, schools in Arlington and Alexandria, as well as Fairfax, Prince William and Loudoun counties will be...
  • Snow moves across mid-Atlantic region during morning commute

    Snow falling across the mid-Atlantic region is expected to make for a slick and messy morning commute. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory Thursday for the Washington area, central Maryland, Baltimore and Delaware. A...
  • Federal government opening on 2-hour delay in DC due to snow

    Federal agencies are opening on a two-hour delay in Washington as a snow storm moves through the area during the morning commute. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management says the government is open Thursday, but employees can arrive up to two hours late....