Maryland’s transportation officials are considering adding more speed cameras to roadway work zones and increasing speeding fines in those areas.
Baltimore will receive a $2 million grant award to create a plan for demolishing the so-called “Highway to Nowhere” that decimated Black neighborhoods decades ago.
A new delay in contracts to widen portions of the Capital Beltway, Interstate 270 and the American Legion Bridge likely spells the end of a signature project as envisioned by Gov. Larry Hogan.
In the years following World War II, with a growing economy and the vast expansion of automobile ownership, there was broad support for investment in highways that would knit the country together. While there was already 1944 legislation envisioning a 40,000-mile system of highways on the books, it took the leadership of President Dwight D. […]
Gov. Larry Hogan is calling on federal officials to reverse a decision that will delay a plan to add toll lanes to portions of the Capital Beltway and Interstate 270.
The Maryland Board of Public Works voted to move ahead on a plan to ease Capital Beltway traffic by replacing an aging bridge and creating toll lanes.
The Maryland Senate has voted to raise the speed limit from 65 to 70 mph on state highways.
With an August deadline looming, the House is poised to act on a bill that would temporarily patch over a multibillion-dollar pothole in federal highway and transit programs while ducking the issue of how to put the programs on sound financial footing.
House Republicans won't support a plan by Senate Democrats to prevent states from facing a cutoff of federal highway and transit aid this summer, a key House committee chairman warned Wednesday, saying the proposal would force a tax increase.
ANNAPOLIS — Republican Sen. Richard Colburn of Dorchester voted against Maryland’s recently passed gas tax increase, but now hopes some of the new money will go to replacing the Dover Bridge in his district. The new taxes, initially expected to raise prices at the pump by 4 cents a gallon this July, might help to […]
WASHINGTON — When Margie Weaver accepted a job in North Bethesda, she didn’t think much about driving 42 miles from her home in Unionville to her workplace — until a trip she thought would take her about 45 minutes took up to two and a half hours in traffic on Interstate 270. “When you add […]
SANDY POINT — Every year, 38 million vehicles drive over its spans. They are tractor-trailer drivers ensuring food gets to the grocery store, minivans packed with brightly colored towels and antsy kids who want to know if they are there yet. They trust that the aging spans of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge are well cared […]