The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration announced it has completed major construction on the roundabout at the intersection of Route 147 (Harford Road) and Mount Vista and Glen Arm roads in the Fork area of Baltimore County.
The Chesapeake Bay Trust will pitch in $115,000 toward studying improvements desired by Towson’s Knollwood-Donnybrook Improvement Association along Herring Run, a 31-square-mile watershed with headwaters in eastern Towson.
Carroll residents’ average commute time to work is a little more than 35 minutes, making it one of the longest commutes in the state. That’s almost 300 hours a year on the road, just getting to and from work. So we figure Carroll residents might have a thing or two to say about Maryland’s roads.
Gov. Larry Hogan wants to convert inner shoulders to travel lanes, extend express toll lanes and rebuild the interchange at I-70 and I-695 in order to reduce rush hour commute times by about 15 minutes.
State lawmakers from Anne Arundel and Prince George’s counties asked Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn Tuesday to reject a second proposed route alignment for the proposed high-speed maglev train route between Baltimore and Washington.
Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn gave Harford County officials and its state legislators an update Monday on local transportation projects and statewide projects that have a local impact during MDOT's annual meeting with Harford County leaders.
MdTA hosts dedication ceremony Thursday to name I-95/Route 22 overpass in Aberdeen in honor of Sgt. Alfred B. Hilton, an African-American Harford County native who died while serving in the Civil War and earned a posthumous Medal of Honor.
The Baltimore County charter should be amended to replace the current public works agency with a Department of Transportation and Infrastructure, with a specific charge to focus on safety and multimodalism — not just highway engineering.
Each of the resurfacing and repair projects in Carroll, Howard and Frederick counties will last a few weeks to a month and will be complete by late fall or early spring 2018, weather and progress permitting.
In his first day of public appearances as acting Maryland Transit Administration CEO on Monday, Kevin B. Quinn Jr. made the rounds in Baltimore, updating City Council members and the media on the progress of Gov. Larry Hogan's impending $135 million overhaul of the region's bus routes, which goes into effect on Sunday.
One of the top officials ousted from the Maryland Transit Administration this week had authorized spending more than $70,000 on remodeling the administrator's office, according to documents released Friday.
When you discard trash from your vehicle on one of Maryland's highways, do you ever wonder where it goes? One cigarette butt flicked out of the window, a fast food bag, a small plastic wrapper. Now I ask you to think about the cost savings of one moment of restraint. The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration spends nearly $8 million every year to remove litter along Maryland highways. That's $8 million dollars of taxpayer money. Your money. My money. Every single
Aberdeen business owners and residents want to know what the Maryland State Highway Administration can do to expedite the two construction projects on Route 22, which are two months and six months behind schedule. And they want to know what relief they can get in the meantime as they continue to lose business.
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration is beginning a project to add a deceleration lane on Md. 31 (New Windsor Road) at Tahoma Farm Road in Westminster. Weather permitting, the $1.7 million project will be completed in the late summer.