BALTIMORE, Md. — When someone drives on a local toll road without a functioning E-ZPass, the overall cost, time, energy and outcome could depend on whether you’re in Maryland or Virginia. Let’s say you took…
BALTIMORE, Md. — William Weinig lives in Prince William County, Virginia, and never travels into Maryland, but it didn’t stop the Maryland Transportation Authority from issuing him two video tolls in late 2014 for someone…
The new 1.5-mile segment extends the toll road east of Interstate 95 to U.S. 1
Montgomery and Prince George\’s County Democrats came together on Thursday to criticize Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan on his opposition to the Purple Line, while key questions remain about the future of the Intercounty Connector under the next governor.
The Maryland State Highway Administration says over the winter crews could not get the work done because snow storms repeatedly hit the area.
AAA Mid-Atlantic looks back at the best and worst in transportation issues around D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
An Olney, Md. man died early Sunday after he drove his Nissan Altima the wrong way on Interstate 95 and collided with tractor-trailer hauling 40,000 pounds of meat.
A month after riders came out in large numbers to a series of meetings to protest eliminating three Intercounty Connector commuter buses, WTOP has learned two of the buses have been saved.
Since January 2012, more than 860,000 tolls on the Intercounty Connector have gone unpaid, according to records obtained by WTOP.
Two months after the Intercounty Connector speed limit went from 55 to 60 mph, speeding tickets have dropped 30 percent.
A fatal crash early Wednesday jammed traffic on southbound
Interstate 95 at the InterCounty Connector/Md. 200. The highway has reopened.
The speed limit change comes shortly after WTOP\’s
Ari Ashe reported that nearly 7,000 speeding
tickets have been issued since the ICC opened.
Drivers can go a little faster on the Intercounty
Connector starting March 29.
Get ready to go a little faster on Maryland\’s
A bill in the Maryland House of Delegates would
raise the top speed on interstates and
statewide from 65 mph to 70 mph.