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April 23, 2014

Md. gubernatorial candidate advocates for high-speed rail

If elected, Maryland State Attorney General Doug Gansler will form a task force to develop recommendations on high-speed rail from Baltimore to Washington, D.C., saying that the commuting option would encourage more families to move to Baltimore.


October 31, 2012

Amtrak partners with Baltimore to upgrade station

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and Visit Baltimore, among other project partners, will install a large “Baltimore” sign; a cutting-edge screen to show promotional videos about Baltimore; new landscaping for the hill on the north side of the tracks; and attractive new fencing at the top of the hill.


August 20, 2012

U. of Md., Baltimore launches shuttle service

Smartphone users can access wait and ride times through an app, and the buses feature bike racks, accessibility and Wi-Fi.


September 22, 2011

Maryland MTA to create transit hub to cut costs

Plans to consolidate three of its core services from centers in different parts of Baltimore in a downtown hub under a $15.4 million contract to integrate and update operations.


January 12, 2010

Baltimore launches eco-friendly shuttle service

Charm City Circulator is a fleet of 21 eco-friendly buses that will travel along three routes in Baltimore City.


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