AAA: Nearly 1 Million Marylanders Will Travel For Memorial DayPlanning on getting away over the Memorial Day weekend? Well you won't be alone.
AAA: Gas Prices Could Increase By 40 Cents Per Gallon This SummerEnjoying average gas prices around the $2.25 per gallon mark? Don't get used to it, AAA mid-Atlantic warns.
Md. Lawmakers Push For Earlier Curfew For Teen DriversOne Maryland lawmaker is pushing to turn back the clock on the current curfew for teen drivers. Safe driving advocates say it the right thing to do to keep young drivers safe.
Md. State Officials Caution Against Distracted DrivingHoliday travelers are already on the move -- and many of them, despite the warnings, will drive distracted.
Rising Gas Prices May Be Affecting Holiday Travel PlansOrdinarily, this is the time of year, many of drivers can see lower prices at the pump, but instead, motorists are seeing one of the largest increases in gas price.
AAA Spreads Safety Awareness for Older DriversThe most dangerous time to be a driver is when you first learn to drive, but also, right before you stop driving.
AAA: Md. Drivers Paying $2.25 Per Gallon Motorists in Maryland are paying a penny less at the pump when compared with a week ago.
Gas Prices Spike Following Pipeline RepairsLocal motorists are still seeing a spike at the pump, following a ruptured gasoline pipeline in Alabama. The leak was repaired last week, but officials say prices are still high.
State Police Patrolling Roads This Holiday WeekendAs many Marylanders will hit the roads Monday, many headed back home after a weekend getaway, officials are seeing to it that those commuters stay safe for everyone.
AAA: Md. Drivers Paying $2.22 Per GallonMotorists in Maryland are paying 2 cents more at the pump when compared with a week ago.
Record Number Of Travelers Returning Home This WeekendA record number of travelers are expected to return home from their holiday weekend.
Traffic Deaths In Md. Fell To 66-Year Low Last YearMaryland's roads are getting safer. The state announces traffic deaths are the lowest they've been in more than 60 years--but there's still more work to be done.