About 40 people led by the Rev. Jamal Bryant briefly stopped traffic on I-395 Tuesday morning — — the first of what Bryant said would be "10 biblical plagues" unless state officials scrap plans for $30 million youth jail.
In theory, the Red Line could one day ease Baltimore's traffic woes; however, to sustain the growth trends that certain neighborhoods have experienced in the past decade, we need to implement effective and efficient methods for moving people around the city now. Having read the "Southeast Baltimore Complete Streets Plan," I see an excellent vision of Baltimore that we can implement immediately, creating a more functional and accessible city, complete with modern mass transit, more biking options
Emergency roadwork on MD 140 West at Mt. Wilson Lane has closed the westbound right traffic lane and westbound right shoulder at 5:31 a.m on Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation.
Bit by bit, the project to replace Amtrak's century-old Susquehanna River Rail Bridge between Havre de Grace and Perryville is taking shape, although it could be at least five more years until construction begins, according to community leaders and railroad officials involved in the project.
With the first day of spring ushering in a wintry mix of rain and snow, state and local transportation departments warm motorists to keep speeds down and allow for extra braking distance during Friday morning's commute.
Commuters and other travelers along Interstate 95 in Baltimore should expect heavy traffic congestion during peak travel times for the next eight months, as construction forces a second year of complicated lane closures and shifts from Caton Avenue to the Fort McHenry Tunnel.
The Maryland Transit Administration on Thursday said that due to a winter storm that is expected to produce up to 10 inches of snow in the area, MARC train and commuter bus services have been canceled.
Several Baltimore-area schools systems and governments dismissed early Tuesday, and transportation workers began salting roads around noon, in anticipation of another bout of freezing rain forecast in the evening.
Alternating closures of the two northbound bores of the Fort McHenry Tunnel will continue for the foreseeable future during off-peak traffic periods as crews continue emergency repairs to an underground sump pump and water line, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.
Baltimore transportation officials said peak hour parking restrictions will be enforced Monday morning in preparation for the morning commute. Vehicles must be moved from marked streets to avoid ticketing or towing.