The demolition of the historic Harry W. Nice Bridge may proceed as planned, dashing the hopes of advocacy groups who wanted to save it for use as a bicycle and pedestrian path.
The lawsuit claims the Maryland Transportation Authority conducted a bait and switch.
Gov. Larry Hogan appointed Woodrow “Jerry” Jones to be the superintendent of the Maryland State Police on Tuesday.
Maryland motorists are being told to expect major delays on the Bay Bridge beginning next week as a deck rehabilitation project gets underway.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to lead an infrastructure and economic development mission to Australia.
A state-owned switching railroad that serves the Port of Baltimore is the recipient of a federal grant announced Wednesday.
A Maryland Transportation Authority police officer has been suspended after he allegedly took a gun onto an airplane without authorization.
ANNAPOLIS— Maryland officials are clarifying that a study on building and paying for a third span of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge is on schedule. The Daily Times reports the Maryland Transportation Authority is conducting a $5 million study on paying for the crossing and its location. The newspaper noted that MDTA community outreach manager Tim Cooke […]
If you’re the owner of one of the nearly 165,000 vehicles with unpaid tolls in Maryland, the state has a deal for you. Starting next week, the Maryland Transportation Authority will offer an amnesty program to toll scofflaws allowing them to pay the base toll and avoid the $50 per transaction penalty. “Before we begin […]
The Hogan administration today announced new leaders have been appointed to run the Maryland Transportation Authority (MTA) and the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA). The MDTA board this morning voted to appoint Milton Chaffee as the authority’s executive director. Chaffee currently serves as administrator at MVA. Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn appointed Christine Nizer, who[...]
Motorists in Maryland could be looking at a toll increase four years sooner than expected as the result of toll reductions that begin to take effect on July 1. Briefing documents on the toll reductions that were presented to the Maryland Transportation Authority Board in May show that the reductions championed by Gov. Larry Hogan have moved up the projected timeline for the next toll increase b[...]
State transportation officials are expected to take up proposed reductions of tolls at a hastily scheduled public meeting Thursday morning. Details of the proposal are being kept secret. A notice posted on the Maryland Transportation Authority website Tuesday announced the meeting, scheduled for 8 a.m. at a facility adjacent to the Bay Bridge. An agenda […]