The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration will switch traffic at the Georgia Avenue/Randolph Road intersection in Wheaton into a new configuration beginning at 6 a.m. on Saturday.
A contract worker for the state’s transportation department has been killed in a work zone on Interstate 95.
Maryland drivers who buy new cars now have an extra year before they have to bring their vehicles in for emissions inspections under new rules announced Wednesday by Gov. Larry Hogan.
After a drunken driver killed an Ocean City pedestrian in 2012, the Maryland State Highway Administration quickly took measures to address pedestrian safety. But what about the rest of the state?
Maryland’s secretary for transportation said that a traffic graphic that resembled the shape of swastika has been removed from the department’s website and that its use was an oversight.
Transportation pioneer Elon Musk has been granted permission to dig tunnels in Maryland for his high-speed Hyperloop project, which will allegedly transport passengers from D.C. to New York City in 29 minutes.
Maryland is urging travelers to take U.S. 50 Business through Salisbury for any Friday travels until this fall, when repairs to the eastbound Salisbury Bypass are expected to finish.
Under a recently launched program in Maryland, transportation officials are testing out new technology that could allow you to quickly access your driver’s license on your smartphone.
On Earth Day, Maryland highway officials remind the public that cleaning litter from the state’s roads is a waste of time and money.
Preliminary ideas are in for Interstate 270 improvement plans in Maryland.
“They have merged together a healthy motorcycle and a very foxy-looking car,” said Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn. “It’s just fun.”
Beginning Monday night, the Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) is scheduled to temporarily close a half-mile stretch of MD-5/Branch Avenue.
BALTIMORE, Md. — Maryland’s new transportation secretary says the cost of the Purple Line must come down, but he isn’t making any promises regarding the future of the proposed light rail line that would serve…
\”All you have to do is look across the river at Virginia, they\’re busy with a multi-billion dollar program of Beltway expansion, then you cross into Maryland — nothing,\” says Lon Anderson, oresident of AAA Mid-Atlantic.