The MTA Maryland website was redesigned a couple years ago in order for it to be more user friendly and accessible, but even with the newer site it neither more user friendly, nor accessible. Below are just a few other city transit agencies, and their much better sites. MTA Maryland should take some good notes from these other agencies and do a total restructuring of their own site.
SEPTA - Philadelphia, PA
PATCO - New Jersey/Philadelphia
TriMet - Portland, OR
WMATA - Washington, DC
Metro Transit - Minneapolis, MN
MBTA - Boston, MA
Information on each page is very limiting, and some is wrong, or doesnt look like it's been updated in a while.
For instance the pages for the Light Rail and Subway tell a potential rider nothing regarding how frequently trains run unless one digs into the schedule. The "General Information" for the Light Rail doesn't give you much at all, it doesn't even tell riders where it goes.
The website has to be more useful, if the MTA wants to draw new and more frequent riders. A mobile site is also a must, for riders to check in when they are already at the stop.