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  • Construction mishap prolongs Baltimore-Washington Parkway closure

    Construction mishap prolongs Baltimore-Washington Parkway closure
    A construction mishap led Saturday to prolonged closures of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway and the West Nursery Road business corridor near BWI, but state officials said the roads should reopen by rush hour Monday morning. The problem occurred as crews...
  • Watch out for I-95 closings in Laurel during night work on ICC bridge

    Watch out for I-95 closings in Laurel during night work on ICC bridge
    Drivers on Interstate 95 near Laurel can expect delays Sunday through Thursday nights as the State Highway Administration is closing a section of I-95 overnight to allow for bridge construction as part of the last stage of the Intercounty Connector, or...
  • Middletown Rd. bridge construction begins Sept. 5

    Construction to replace the bridge on Middletown Road that spans Interstate 83 in Parkton will begin on Sept. 5, according to the State Highway Administration. The bridge, built in 1957, is structurally safe but is deteriorating, according to the...
  • Train crossing work in Lutherville to disrupt traffic, light rail service

    Train crossing work in Lutherville to disrupt traffic, light rail service
    Seminary Avenue at the light rail crossing in Lutherville is scheduled to be closed for five days beginning 10 a.m. Friday for track and road improvement work, the Maryland Transit Administration announced. Local businesses will remain open and all side...
  • Bay Bridge getting rumble strips, safety buffer zone

    Bay Bridge getting rumble strips, safety buffer zone
    The state on Friday will begin a weeklong project to install new safety measures on the westbound span of the Bay Bridge to guide traffic during two-way operation and eliminate some lane changes. Crews will install a buffer zone, rumble strips and...
  • We all benefit from transit, and we should all pay for it

    We all benefit from transit, and we should all pay for it
    Opponents of the effort to raise Maryland’s gas tax have thrown around a lot of ridiculous claims in recent weeks, from the argument that the money isn’t really needed (if anything, the projected $600 million-a-year return is not enough to...
  • Plans for Bel Air McDonald's refurbish tabled by planning panel

    Plans for Bel Air McDonald's refurbish tabled by planning panel
    McDonald's is upgrading its restaurants around the country, including those in Harford County, but plans to refurbish the nearly 40-year-old establishment at the southwest corner of Route 1 (Baltimore Pike) and Route 24 in Bel Air have hit a snag....
  • Traffic: Collisions on I-95 in Howard, Baltimore counties

    Traffic: Collisions on I-95 in Howard, Baltimore counties
    Collisions closed lanes along I-95 south and the outer loop during Thursday's commute. A four-car collision closed one southbound lane and the left shoulder of I-95 before White Marsh Boulevard at exit 67. The accident had cleared as of 8:25 a.m.,...
  • York Road pipe replacement in Towson to start April 15

    York Road pipe replacement in Towson to start April 15
    Baltimore County will spend approximately $3 million to replace 2,700 feet of water pipe on York Road just north of downtown Towson, the latest in a series of improvements along the area's main commercial artery. "This is a basic refurbishing improvement...
  • State Highway Administration defends speed camera program

    State Highway Administration defends speed camera program
    The controversy over whether to change Maryland's three-year-old speed camera law arrived in Annapolis Tuesday, with some lawmakers calling for accountability and the State Highway Administration touting the value of its program. State Highway...
  • General Assembly approves gas tax hike

    General Assembly approves gas tax hike
    The Maryland General Assembly gave final approval Friday to Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposed gas tax increase, raising costs for motorists while providing an infusion of hundreds of millions of dollars a year for new roads and mass transit projects. The...
  • Construction industry expects big boost from Annapolis spending measures

    Construction industry expects big boost from Annapolis spending measures
    For Maryland's building industry, the good times may be coming back. The construction sector, which has been in the tank for the better part of five years, is on the verge of receiving a sizable infusion of money from recent decisions in Annapolis....