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Maryland Department of Transportation

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  • Carroll County receives grant for the construction of Eldersburg-Sykesville trail

    Sykesville and Eldersburg are connected via Md. 32, as well as several side streets and back roads, but trails designed for pedestrian and bicycle use connecting the two areas are virtually nonexistent. Carroll County is fixing to change that.
  • Aberdeen plans to buy Moose Lodge site, razes Franklin Street homes, as Station Square moves forward

    Aberdeen plans to buy Moose Lodge site, razes Franklin Street homes, as Station Square moves forward
    Aberdeen city officials are shoring up their vision for Station Square, a revitalized, pedestrian-friendly version of the area around the MARC/Amtrak train station. The city is busy making plans for a handful of properties around Aberdeen City Hall,...

    Traffic: Accident cleared on Beltway at Dulaney Valley

    Traffic: Accident cleared on Beltway at Dulaney Valley
    The accident on the Baltimore Beltway near Dulaney Valley Road involving a tractor trailer that complicated the Wednesday rush hour has completely cleared as of about 9 a.m. Maryland Department of Transportation cameras showed traffic was flowing freely....

    State awarded $10M for Route 175 expansion near Fort Meade

    State awarded $10M for Route 175 expansion near Fort Meade
    The Maryland Department of Transportation has been awarded $10 million in federal funding to widen a stretch of Route 175 in Anne Arundel County that is contributing to congestion around an expanding Fort Meade. The Transportation Investment...

    Hampstead drainage pipe replacement begins

    Construction has begun to replace an old stormwater drainage pipe on Hampstead's Main Street in advance of the $20 million project to revamp downtown. The Maryland State Highway Administration is charged with relocating a partially collapsed pipe that...