As of 9:15 a.m. Friday, the Maryland Department of Transportation reports that the accident in Anne Arundel County on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway south at Route 175 has been cleared, and no lanes are affected.
As of 9:05 a.m. Friday, the Maryland Department of Transportation is reporting an accident on westbound I-70 just prior to Route 40. The accident involves two vehicles, but all lanes are reported open.
According to a study to be released Tuesday by the National Center for Healthy Housing, the Baltimore-Washington Rail Intermodal Facility has the potential to significantly impact the air quality in the neighborhood while driving down housing prices. The facility also raises concerns about noise and light pollution.
Even though a state project to add express toll lanes to I-95 in Harford County, and possibly build a new park-and-ride lot near the highway interchange with Route 152 (Mountain Road) in the Joppa area, is years away, state transportation officials are continuing their quest for environmental permits.
Gov. Martin O'Malley July 8 announced nearly $650 million in transportation investments for Prince George's County that he said will create 4,000 jobs, reduce traffic congestion and improve pedestrian safety.
U.S. commerce "would grind to a halt in a matter of days" in the wake of a crippling cyber attack that the nation's ports — including Baltimore — are ill prepared for, according to a new Brookings Institution report. But Port of Baltimore officials called the report "misleading and factually incorrect."
A fatal accident that has closed all northbound traffic lanes on Interstate 95 in Harford County was among three incidents that prompted disruptions on local roads at 9:10 a.m., on Monday, according to the state and local officials.
Builders are nearing completion on constructing the latest elementary school in the Howard County district – a $34 million, 10-acre, two-story facility in Elkridge that is slated to open in time for the start the upcoming academic year in August.
With the announcement of Towson Row, a $300 million development that will include apartments, student housing, retail, and office space on nearly a full city block in downtown Towson, Towson's elected officials have turned their attentions toward the possibility of a circulator bus to alleviate traffic concerns that could come with Towson's development boom.
Gov. Martin O'Malley will turn to a longtime political ally, former Baltimore County Executive James T. Smith, to lead the Maryland Department of Transportation as it begins a new era of stepped-up construction, administration officials confirmed Tuesday.