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  • BGE delays start of Russell St. work for a week

    BGE delays start of Russell St. work for a week
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. said Thursday that it will close lanes on Russell Street and nearby city roads beginning Oct. 14 rather than Monday to move underground utilities, work it said is needed to accommodate construction of the Horseshoe Casino in...
  • Traffic: All lanes open on BW Parkway, following fatal accident

    Traffic: All lanes open on BW Parkway, following fatal accident
    The investigation into an accident that killed a pedestrian along the Baltimore Washington Parkway in Anne Arundel County closed the roadway in both directions for hours on Wednesday morning, though all lanes have since reopened. The accident that took...
  • Traffic: Police activity closes all but one travel lane on US 40 in Baltimore Co.

    Traffic: Police activity closes all but one travel lane on US 40 in Baltimore Co.
    In Baltimore County, all but one travel lane and both shoulders are closed on US 40 West at MD 43 due to police activity at 8 a.m. on Friday, according to state and local officials. Baltimore Police said that the closures are due to a shooting...
  • Five questions with Wes Guckert

    Five questions with Wes Guckert
    "Robotic parking" might conjure up images of a far-off future. Wes Guckert is trying to make it a lot more common now. Also known as automated parking garages, such facilities are the vehicle version of a high-tech warehouse: Hydraulic lifters "park" the...
  • Wind restrictions cause major delays at Bay Bridge

    Wind restrictions cause major delays at Bay Bridge
    High winds nearing 40 mph at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on Friday afternoon and night caused major delays on eastbound Route 50, with traffic backed up as far as 10 miles from the bridge toll plaza during rush hour, according to the Maryland Transportation...
  • Casino construction to have major impact on city traffic

    Casino construction to have major impact on city traffic
    Local commuters and Ravens fans should get ready for major gridlock near the city's gridiron. Transportation officials are warning of heavy traffic congestion in South Baltimore — and bracing for its spread into the downtown area — as lane...
  • Beltway inner loop closing nightly near White Marsh

    Beltway inner loop closing nightly near White Marsh
    State highway crews on Sunday began a series of nighttime closures of the Beltway's inner loop near White Marsh, as crews started taking down an old overpass near the intersection of Interstate 695 and I-95, part of the state's $1.1 billion overhaul of...
  • Icy road conditions cause hundreds of accidents

    Icy road conditions cause hundreds of accidents
    Hundreds of accidents occurred across the Baltimore region Friday morning as freezing rain caused icy conditions during the morning commute, according to local emergency officials. A bulk of the problems were in Anne Arundel County. One accident...
  • Fluctuating temperatures are taking a toll on Baltimore's roads and pipes

    Fluctuating temperatures are taking a toll on Baltimore's roads and pipes
    Wildly fluctuating temperatures are taking a toll on Baltimore's roads — and travelers. As the Baltimore region thaws out with a balmy weekend, roads, pipes and other infrastructure weakened by this week's below-freezing temperatures are...
  • Twin controversies for Gansler

    Twin controversies for Gansler
    Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's announcement of his selection of a running mate in next year's gubernatorial election — the well-qualified Del. Jolene Ivey of Prince George's County — is being overshadowed by a report over the weekend...
  • O'Malley still weighing presidential bid

    O'Malley still weighing presidential bid
    Gov. Martin O’Malley said on national television Sunday he is still evaluating whether to run for president, that the state’s minimum wage should be $10 an hour, and that he considered moving Maryland’s troubled health exchange to the...
  • Few come out for Harford County hearing on planned I-95 toll lanes

    The last of three Maryland Transportation Authority hearings on a proposal for express toll lanes on I-95 drew few people to Patterson Mill High School in Abingdon on Tuesday. MDTA's plan would provide express toll lanes, accessible by E-ZPass, along...