The proposal to widen the Capital Beltway and Interstate 270 needs more oversight, according to a group of Maryland lawmakers. And they only have until Monday to get a public-private partnership bill passed through the General Assembly.
Emergency repairs to a crumbling Capital Beltway bridge in Prince George’s County are expected to cause delays for southbound drivers early this weekend. The work starts around 9 p.m. Friday and can last up to noon on Saturday.
Two bills under consideration in Maryland could give counties veto power on toll road projects and increase the fine for texting while driving.
Thanks to a new app from the Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration, drivers can track crews in real time as they clear the roads.
The Traffic Incident Management Enhancement Task Force outlined several action plans that local leaders can begin acting upon right way.
Arleni Ordonez, 38, of Silver Spring faces multiple counts of fraud. Investigators said that for a fee of $1,700–$2,550, Ordonez provided fake bank statements and utility bills to at least 40 people so they could prove residency.
Expect delays getting in or out of Union Station in D.C. if you’re using MARC. Some trains have been canceled and there are delays following an Amtrak signal issue north of Union Station.
Members of Maryland’s congressional delegation want CSX Transportation to explain where things stand with a train tunnel project officials had hoped would bring more cargo to the Port of Baltimore.
The Maryland Department of Transportation is closing the ramp from eastbound Clara Barton Parkway to the Inner Loop of I-495 due to structural concerns. Erosion from heavy rains was discovered during a routine maintenance inspection.
The project in Brandywine — which is set to be complete in the fall — will connect pedestrians from residential areas to shopping and entertainment areas.
A “managed lanes” study looks to add capacity to Maryland roadways, and Maryland transportation officials are welcoming public comments through May 1.
Testing autonomous car technology continues in Maryland despite fatalities in California and Arizona. One MDOT official assures the public that such cars won’t be on public streets until they’re “fully safe.”
Closures in both directions are planned on Interstate 495 between Georgia and Connecticut avenues as work proceeds on the Seminary Road Bridge.
Winter is here. As the D.C. area deals with its first bout of winter weather, here’s everything you need to know about what the weather has in store and how it will affect your weekend travels.
Maryland is the first state to receive federal grant money to launch a program notifying drivers of any recalls for their vehicles.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.