Heads up for those traveling between the D.C. area and Ocean City, Maryland, next week: A 5.5-mile stretch of Maryland Route 90 outside the seaside town is being shut down overnight for several days.
A pedestrian involved in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 50 early Tuesday has died, Fairfax County police say, amid a morning of multiple traffic incidents across the D.C. region.
After a pair of fatal crashes, police are telling drivers that they should do whatever they can to remain inside their vehicles if they need to pull over on a busy highway.
If you take U.S. Route 50 to Ocean City, take note. The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration says a new reconstruction project that will take a year and a half to complete will begin at an intersection on U.S. Route 50 in Wicomico County later this week.
A pedestrian was struck on U.S. 50 in Maryland Wednesday morning and the westbound lanes are closed while police investigate. Drivers should expect delays.
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.
The crashes, which each killed two, happened within a half-mile of each other. But there are key differences, including the time of day that they happened.
D.C. police say multiple cars crashed on the inbound lanes of New York Avenue NE at around 3:10 a.m. Authorities have cleared the crash and all lanes have reopened.
Video shows a driver killed in a wrong-way crash before the head-on collision in Anne Arundel County Wednesday but police still have unanswered questions.
A second victim in has succumbed to his injuries after Wednesday’s fatal U.S. 50 crash where a woman drove head-on into traffic.
A report of a man acting strangely at a Fair Oaks area shopping center led police to the man now charged with hitting and killing a 75-year-old woman as she crossed Rugby Road on Friday.
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