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As Prince George's County students return to school Monday, a top transportation official wants the public to know pedestrian safety is a top priority.
Last month, Gov. Martin O'Malley approved improvements to the Greenbelt Metro station. If the FBI chooses to relocate to Prince George's County, it's likely the project will be fast tracked.
Attorney General Doug Gansler, who plans to run for Governor in 2014, tells WTOP his vision for the future of Maryland transportation includes a shift away from road projects and an emphasis on mass transit.
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A speed camera in College Park, Md., is so tricky, even police are calling its fairness and placement into question.
With high gas prices, technology is making it possible to offer alternatives, and that's no different in Howard County.
Attorney General Doug Gansler tells WTOP his vision for Maryland's future doesn't include High Occupancy Vehicle or Toll Lanes between the Interstate 270 spur and the American Legion Bridge.
A high-tech van is being used on Virginia roadways to determine and prioritize which of them need to be repaved.
Capital Bikeshare is already popular throughout the District and in Virginia's Arlington and Alexandria Counties.
All D.C. taxis must allow passengers to pay with a credit card before the end of September, but some feel D.C. Taxicab Commissioner Ron Linton is rushing them.
D.C. taxicabs are required to have credit card machines installed by Aug. 31, unless they receive a one-month extension.
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