- Local NAACP leaders threw their support on Friday behind a proposed high-speed magnetic levitation train through Maryland, saying it would mean jobs.
- A proposed route for the high-speed maglev rail line, connecting Baltimore to Washington, D.C., could potentially run through South Laurel and city Mayor Craig Moe says he is against the project.
- A high speed rail line connecting Baltimore and Washington D.C. is under environmental study with three proposed routes that would run through the Lansdowne and Baltimore Highlands area.
- An ambitious venture to build a high-speed rail line between Washington and Baltimore – based on an advanced technology that has received rave reviews from Gov. Larry Hogan – will open a new headquarters Monday in downtown Baltimore.