The Maryland Department of Transportation joined the Maryland Department of Agriculture and the Maryland Farm Bureau recently to discuss driver safety as motorists traveling Maryland highways and rural roads likely will share the road with farm equipment from one of Maryland’s 12,300 farms.
Many Pennsylvanians use Md. 30 as part of their commute to travel to and from Interstate 795. Manchester residents and local business owners have dealt with this ongoing traffic nuisance for dozens of years. The question asked at a recent meeting was, what can be done to fix it?
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration is working to remove tree debris under the MD 161 (Darlington Road) Bridge over Deer Creek caused from the storm that occurred on Aug. 31. The bridge will be closed to traffic for three days between 9 am and 3 pm.
Is your Maryland driver’s license or identification card a REAL ID? This isn’t a question of fake versus real, or something that can be seen on the card itself, but whether or not you have provided the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration with certain documents required by the REAL ID Act.
Baltimore County Council members Cathy Bevins and Davis Marks asked the MTA in a letter Wednesday to stop sending buses to the White Marsh Mall area after 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays after a fight over the weekend that led to the arrest of two adults and seven juveniles.
After continued rainfall delayed much-need rail repairs caused by flooding in July, Maryland transportation officials say they need about two more weeks to complete construction on several sections of track, according to a statement issued Tuesday.
The Maryland Transit Administration drivers’ union warned management of rail safety concerns about the Baltimore Metro Subway for more than two years before the agency shut down the system with less than 24 hours’ notice for emergency track repairs in January.
The announcement late last week that the express lane program on Interstate 95 is being expanded into Harford County at a cost of about $1.2 billion, on the surface at least, sounds like just what is needed to hope motorists in the region get to and from work and to other activities.
Drivers in the Baltimore region spend an average of just over 30 minutes commuting each way — the eighth-longest in the country, according to 2017 U.S. Census data. The average commute time is longer than in notoriously traffic-heavy Los Angeles and only a few minutes shorter than in New York.
A plan to extend express toll lanes on Interstate 95 north of Baltimore into Harford County will be greatly expanded from what was originally proposed, it was announced Friday morning by the Maryland Transportation Authority, which operates the highway.
Fatal motorcycle crashes in the state of Maryland saw a significant spike last year, up to 82 from 73 in 2016 and 72 in 2015. As the weather warms up and more riders take to the road, its a reminder for everyone to practice better safety habits.
Reisterstown woman died as a result of a two-vehicle crash that shut down Md. 140 in the Finksburg area for more than three hours Monday morning. Maryland State Police identified the deceased as Adikie Mosby, 36, of Reisterstown.
Five members of Maryland’s congressional delegation are pressing Gov. Larry Hogan to provide more information about the high-speed transit system called Hyperloop that entrepreneur Elon Musk wants to build between New York and Washington.
State bond funding has been made available for the Havre de Grace Colored School and a proposed APG Discovery Center museum slated for the downtown Aberdeen train station, pending the governor's signing of a statewide capital budget bill approved by the General Assembly this week.
Carroll's Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved the fiscal year 2019 annual transportation plan, which includes requests to the state for more buses to expand the county’s fixed-route bus system.
The second day of the $2.2 million “bus bridge” meant to replace the Baltimore area’s metro system while it’s shut down for emergency repairs seemed to go more smoothly than the first, though many riders reported their commutes taking a half hour or more longer than normal.
Baltimore’s entire Metro SubwayLink system will remain closed for a month, the Maryland Transit Administration announced Sunday, after safety inspections showed sections of track needed emergency repairs that couldn’t wait until this summer.
Extensive parts of Baltimore’s Metro SubwayLink system will remain closed for several weeks after inspectors determined the tracks need emergency repairs, the Maryland Department of Transportation said Friday.
The Maryland Attorney General’s Office has called into question the state’s authority to grant permission to Tesla founder Elon Musk’s tunneling startup, The Boring Co., to build several miles of tunnels for his high-speed Hyperloop transportation system below the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.