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Transportation

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  • Four-foot squares begin cropping up on highways, fields [50 years ago]

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, March 12, 1964: Residents were urged 50 years ago not to get alarmed if they noticed four foot squares painted in white on highways or in fields. The Harford County Metropolitan Commission hired Maps...
  • National transit union ousts Baltimore president, calls for new election

    National transit union ousts Baltimore president, calls for new election
    Bus drivers, dispatchers and other public transit employees in Baltimore will vote for a new local union president next week, following the ouster of their elected president by national union officials. Union officials said Janice Murray was removed as...
  • Holocaust debate plays out in Annapolis

    Holocaust debate plays out in Annapolis
    The specter of the Holocaust came to Annapolis on Monday as survivors and their descendants sought what they view as justice in memory of a witness who couldn't be there. Leo Bretholz of Pikesville had been scheduled to testify on behalf of a bill to...
  • Leo Bretholz, Holocaust survivor, dies

    Leo Bretholz, Holocaust survivor, dies
    Leo Bretholz, a Holocaust survivor who became a major voice in the campaign to gain reparations from companies that transported victims to concentration camps during World War II, died Saturday in his sleep of unknown causes at his Pikesville home. He was...
  • Aberdeen officials support bill that could reduce Route 22 speed limit

    Aberdeen city officials are supporting a handful of bills moving through the General Assembly, in line with the Maryland Municipal League, where Mayor Mike Bennett, a former MML president, chairs the organization's legislative committee. On such bill to...
  • Traffic: Accident cleared at beltway and I-795

    Traffic: Accident cleared at beltway and I-795
    As of 9:10 a.m., the Maryland Department of Transportation is reporting that an earlier reported accident at the inner loop of the beltway and I-795 has been cleared, and traffic cameras are showing smooth flow through the Liberty Road area toward the...
  • 'The Bachelor' season finale recap, Goodbye Juan Pablo, finally

    'The Bachelor' season finale recap, Goodbye Juan Pablo, finally
    Rose lovers, I come to you with good news: The season is over and we never have to see El Bachelor Juan Pablo again. Things certainly have changed since “Juanuary” when we were so excited to join Juan Pablo on his “adventura.”...
  • Plan for Red Pump townhouses draws fire at community meeting

    Plan for Red Pump townhouses draws fire at community meeting
    Traffic, environmental degradation, property damage and diminished home values were among the litany of issues raised by about 40 people who attended a community input meeting Monday on a proposal to build up to 46 townhouses on a narrow property off...
  • State backs off on plan to end cash toll at Hatem Bridge, legislators say

    State backs off on plan to end cash toll at Hatem Bridge, legislators say
    Legislators from Harford and Cecil counties say they have a guarantee from state transportation officials that cash toll collection lanes will remain at the Route 40 Thomas Hatem Bridge for a minimum of two years. The Maryland Transportation Authority...
  • Harford implements 'closest unit' policy for ambulance dispatching

    Harford implements 'closest unit' policy for ambulance dispatching
    Harford County public safety officials, working with the county's volunteer fire and ambulance companies, implemented a "closest unit" strategy for ambulance dispatching earlier this week. The move could result in people seeing ambulances from...
  • Perfectly safe at 70 mph [Letter]

    Perfectly safe at 70 mph [Letter]
    One is the number that ought to be memorized by everyone caring about traffic safety in Maryland ("Sixty-five (still) saves lives," March 4). Rural interstates accounted for one of Maryland's 485 traffic deaths in 2011, and one of 505 deaths in 2012....
  • Actor Woody Harrelson, financier partner for Inn at Black Olive

    Actor Woody Harrelson, financier partner for Inn at Black Olive
    Actor Woody Harrelson, known for his characters in the TV show "Cheers" and movies such as "No Country for Old Men" and "The Hunger Games," has a new role: landlord of Fells Point's Inn at the Black Olive. The celebrity joined John "Jack" Dwyer,...