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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Traffic: Collision on I-95 in Baltimore City

    Traffic: Collision on I-95 in Baltimore City
    A collision in Baltimore City on Interstate 95 prior to the Keith Avenue exit has closed the southbound left shoulder at 8:25 a.m. on Thursday, according to the state Department of Transportation. In Parkville, emergency roadwork on MD 147 South at...
  • Light snow expected to bring 1-3 inches on grass, slushy pavement

    Light snow expected to bring 1-3 inches on grass, slushy pavement
    Wintry weather dragged on Tuesday, with light snow falling by midday expected to bring a slushy couple of inches of snow. The National Weather Service predicts 1-3 inches across the region, with a winter weather advisory in effect until midnight. But...
  • Police, tow trucks need 'move over' law [Letter]

    Police, tow trucks need 'move over' law [Letter]
    As a retired member of the law enforcement community, I am glad to see the article regarding tow trucks and the move-over law in The Sun ("Proposed 'move-over' law would apply to tow trucks March 24). Most people have no idea whatsoever of the dangers...
  • More than a dozen Balto. Co. roads closed due to flooding

    More than a dozen Balto. Co. roads closed due to flooding
    As heavy rain continues to fall in the area, more than a dozen county roads in Baltimore County are closed due to flooding, according to Lauren Byrd, public information officer for the Department of Public Works. York Road in Hunt Valley between Wight...
  • Remaking of downtown Towson subject of discussion

    Remaking of downtown Towson subject of discussion
    Downtown Towson is changing and just how profound the change will be was the subject of a panel discussion Tuesday during the "It's Towson's Time" event sponsored by the Urban Land Institute Baltimore and hosted by Goucher College. "This is a...
  • Another day in parking-poor Hampden, with drivers acting like jerks (Hampden Column)

    A few days after the snow storm and deep freeze, I had just come back from a warehouse run for my store, and I was trying to find parking, a typically non-problematic situation exacerbated by the no-parking cones and signs for the water pipe...
  • Roland Park Civic League wrestles with Cross Keys gatehouse plans [Hudson's Corner]

    I was unable to attend the December meeting of the Roland Park Civic League and missed a presentation by New York-based Ashkenazy Acquisitions Corporation. These owners of the Cross Keys Shopping Center came to present plans for proposed renovations...
  • Bel Air Police issue warnings for trespassers in Gordon Street parking lot

    Bel Air Police issue warnings for trespassers in Gordon Street parking lot
    The latest fallout from the Harford County public school system's changes to bus routes and school schedules involves the Bel Air Police Department giving out more than a dozen warnings to people illegally parked on a Gordon Street parking lot Wednesday....
  • Aberdeen fire officials cast wary eye at road work near firehouse

    Aberdeen fire officials cast wary eye at road work near firehouse
    While a number of homes in its neighborhood have been demolished to make way for intersection improvements along Route 22, Aberdeen's No. 3 firehouse has been relatively unscathed. That doesn't mean, however, Aberdeen Volunteer Fire Department officials...
  • More than 5 inches of snow, ice ahead for Baltimore region this week

    More than 5 inches of snow, ice ahead for Baltimore region this week
    This weekend's warm weather was only a tease, it seems — two storms this week could bring more than 5 inches of rain and snow in parts of the Baltimore region, according to the National Weather Service. A "quick-hitting" rain storm Sunday night...
  • Ladew Gardens seeking $500K grant in state funds

    Ladew Gardens seeking $500K grant in state funds
    ANNAPOLIS – Officials from Ladew Topiary Gardens are seeking a $500,000 grant from the state for upgrades. Ladew Gardens officials met with the Harford delegation on Friday morning in hopes the legislators will introduce a county bill to secure...
  • 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...