Press Releases

Baltimore City’s Red Light Camera Program to Begin Issuing Fines on August 30th

Red Light Camera 30-day Warning Period is set to end  

Pulaski Highway Impound Lot to Close Early on Saturday, August 19, 2017

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise citizens that the Pulaski Highway Impound and Storage Facility will be closing early on Saturday, August 19, 2017

Department of Transportation Gives Limited Speeders an Unexpected Break

Today, the Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced that Baltimore speeders will get a break on day one of the program.  

City Hall Bike Share Station Temporary Closure

Bike Station in front of City Hall will temporarily close on Thursday, August 3rd after 6:00 p.m.

Charm City Circulator - Green Route Delays

The Charm City Circulator Green Route will experience delays over the coming days. We ask for your patience as we work to restore service.

Baltimore City’s Automated Traffic Violation Enforcement System Launches on June 26

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation today announced the launch of its automated traffic violation enforcement system (ATVES) in an effort to decrease speeding in school zones throughout the city.

Charm City Circulator Detours and Temporary Stop Closures

DETOUR SATURDAY, 6/17 - Due to the Parade and Crane lift the following detour will be in effect.

Charm City Circulator Green Route

Service to Maritime Park (Stop 119) Will Resume On July 3rd 2017. 

Baltimore Bike Share Wins WTS Innovative Transportation Solutions Award

May 9, 2017—(Washington, DC) WTS International, the association for the professional advancement of women in transportation, has selected the winners of its annual recognition awards for 2017. Each of the six awards will be presented at an awards ceremony on May 18 during the 2017 WTS Annual Conference in Brooklyn, NY.

New Dedicated BaltimoreLink Bus Lanes Coming to Downtown Baltimore Starting Week of May 15, 2017

"These dedicated bus lanes will help our system’s reliability by allowing our buses to move faster through the downtown area,” said MTA Administrator and CEO Paul Comfort. “These new lanes will complement the existing bus-only lanes on Pratt and Lombard streets and allow us to continue to deliver on our promise of transforming transit in Baltimore.”