For years, the small and unassuming cabin behind the oldest residence in Cambridge, Maryland, was only thought to have once been slave quarters, but there had been little hard evidence to support that theory.
Why did the Canada geese cross the Capital Beltway? Maryland state highway crews couldn’t say, but they did step in to help a pair of adult geese reunite with their four goslings. See photos.
Dozens of homes would need to be torn down under a plan from Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration to widen major highways in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
Montgomery County Council members say they remain concerned about the level of input local residents have on the plans for widening Interstate 270 and the Capital Beltway.
The Office of Legislative Audits found a number of ways the Maryland State Highway Administration can improve its security, awarding of contracts and the way a vendor responsible for speed cameras does its work in a recent report.
Potholes opened up on northbound Route 4 on the deck of the bridge over the western branch of the Patuxent River. Crews with the Maryland State Highway Administration temporarily patched the holes Wednesday morning.
The Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administrator says relieving congestion on Interstates 495 and 270, and particularly the daily bottlenecks before the bridge’s Potomac River crossing is the project’s primary goal.
Attention, Montgomery County drivers: Starting next week and lasting until the beginning of March, drivers on Interstate 270 in Gaithersburg will encounter evening lane closures and brief periods overnight when all lanes temporarily close, Maryland State Highway Administration says.
A gas line relocation will cut Route 175/Annapolis Road/Jessup Road to one lane each way just west of Route 295/Baltimore Washington Parkway.
After a recent string of serious crashes with pedestrians around Montgomery County, the Maryland State Highway Administration has outlined the rising problem and what can be done to curb the trend.
Starting Monday, Oct. 1, a new law will require drivers to move over for transportation, service and utility vehicles, as well as waste and recycling trucks.
You’re probably very familiar with all of the road signs you see during your daily commute. But you might be surprised to learn how they’re made — and how big they are. Find out more. See video.
Ahead of Hurricane Florence’s arrival on the East Coast, area road crews are clearing drains and trimming trees to mitigate the effects of potentially severe weather.
Four projects designed to help Maryland commuters travel without using their cars have been approved for federal grants by local planners.
Maryland transportation leaders are suggesting several possible ways to reduce congestion on the Capital Beltway in the state and part of Interstate 270, and they want to know what residents think.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.