Posts tagged ‘transportation’

10-12-11: Plan It 2035

Planning way in the future for Baltimore transportation.

Continue Reading October 12, 2011 at 8:13 am 1 comment

6-22-11: Trucks, Trains, and Angry Neighbors

Maryland’s Department of Transportation is working with the transportation company CSX to create an intermodal transfer facility south of Baltimore. DOT is considering placing the transfer station in Beltsville, Hanover, Jessup, or Montevideo. Some citizens in the area are concerned about that — we present their thoughts to CSX.

Continue Reading June 22, 2011 at 9:20 am 2 comments

A Transfer from Trains to Trucks

Maryland’s Department of Transportation is considering creating a facility south of Baltimore where cargo would be transferred from trains to trucks. DOT is considering placing the transfer station in Beltsville, Hanover, Jessup, or Montevideo. Some residents of those towns are not crazy about the idea. Do you live near one of the proposed sites? We want to hear your thoughts.

Continue Reading June 17, 2011 at 12:20 pm 17 comments

4-22-11: Aging While Driving

In February, an 83 year old driver hit and seriously injured a Johns Hopkins student bicycling near the university. She was cited with negligent driving last week. We look at the impact of aging on driving — and what systems are in place to help.

Continue Reading April 22, 2011 at 8:08 am 1 comment

2-23-11: High-Speed Rail’s Leaving the Station…Slowly

As the Obama administration is trying to show its commitment to cutting the deficit, is now the right time to be pushing the development of a high-speed rail network? We’ll hear from an advocate and an opponent about what high-speed rail would mean for Maryland.

Continue Reading February 23, 2011 at 8:10 am Leave a comment

2-2-11: The State of Our State

We take a look at the State of the State in advance of the State of the State.

Continue Reading February 2, 2011 at 8:15 am 2 comments

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