Topic : Maryland

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Moovit tapped to provide journey planning for Maryland transits

Mobility| December 17, 2018

The Center for Mobility Equity will embed the Moovit Web Trip planner on their website to allow for easy journey searches.

Montgomery County, Md. breaks ground on BRT corridor

Bus| November 5, 2018

Starting in 2020, the 14-mile, 11-station BRT will run between Burtonsville and downtown Silver Spring

September 25, 2018

3 Lessons from Transit in Switzerland

I recently traveled to Switzerland to see the world’s first autonomous shuttle in operation on regular fixed-route public transportation in mixed traffic and came home with three lessons.

Management & Operations| August 30, 2018

Md. MTA restructuring on track with APTA report recommendations

Will keep agency set to deliver more than $900M in planned rail infrastructure improvements over the next several years. 

Rail| August 20, 2018

Md.'s Light RailLink re-opens 3 days ahead of schedule

The repair work involved cutting and removing sections of track, gravel, and soil; pipe building; and excavation.

Bus| August 9, 2018

Maryland adding 70 New Flyer clean-diesel buses

Each bus is equipped numerous safety features including security cameras, an audible safe turn alert system, and curbside and street-side turn aid lights, as well as a factory-installed driver’s barrier to increase bus operator safety.

Rail| July 23, 2018

Storm erosion causes partial suspension of Md.'s RailLink service

It is anticipated that Light RailLink service will need to be suspended for approximately two weeks to complete repairs.

Management & Operations| July 16, 2018

BaltimoreLink wins AASHTO National Transportation Award

Gov. Hogan's transit improvement plan to better connect people in the region to jobs and other transit modes was one of six projects in the Northeast to be recognized.

Security and Safety | May 16, 2018

Md. latest state to land State Safety Oversight certification

Federal law requires states with rail transit systems to obtain FTA certification of their SSO Programs by April 15, 2019.

Management & Operations| April 9, 2018

Md. DOT, MTA makes $2M available for innovative multimodal projects

Eligible projects enhancements include reducing travel times; improving trip reliability; and improving regional transit connectivity.

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