State lawmakers seek to lock in transit repair funding
by Capital News Service | February 2, 2021 | General Assembly | 0 |
By AUDREY DECKER ANNAPOLIS, Md. — State lawmakers are pushing a transportation bill that would...Read More
Gas tax bill approved by Senate committee
by Meg Tully | March 28, 2013 | General Assembly, News, Taxes | 8 |
A controversial gas tax hike already passed by the House of Delegates was approved by a Senate committee Thursday, moving it one step closer to becoming law. The committee also approved a constitutional amendment requiring three-fifths votes in both houses to use transportation money for other purposes, a so-called lockbox.Read More
Maryland one of best states in collecting transportation data, study says
by Len Lazarick | May 11, 2011 | News | 1 |
Maryland collects more data on various aspects of transportation than most other states, ensuring that taxpayers can get the biggest bang for their bucks, according to a new study from the Pew Center on the States and the Rockefeller Foundation. Maryland is one of 13 states that the study found is “leading the way” in collecting information on six important indicators dealing with transportation: safety, jobs and commerce, mobility, access, environmental stewardship, and infrastructure preservation.Read More
State publishes new rules for campaigning at transit stations
The state is proposing to relax its rules on political activity at transit stations, a move designed to help settle a three-year legal battle with the American Civil Liberties Union and ACORN that stemmed from the 2006 campaign.
The regulatory change, published for public comment on a state website, eliminates the requirement that groups get permits for “free speech activity” at Maryland Transit Administration facilities. The regulations apply to things like political organizing and demonstrations.Read More
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