The District of Columbia is on pace to issue more than 700,000 speed camera tickets this year, matching the record set in 2012.
Motorists in the Washington metro area are paying two cents less at the pump when compared to a week ago.
Faulty speed cameras are at the center of a debate in Annapolis. Critics are calling for major changes to the state’s system after thousands of bad tickets were issued.
There is a disturbing trend involving teen drivers. A sharp increase in fatalities has highway officials wondering why.
It’s Christmas Eve and more Marylanders this year are scrambling to get out of town.
On the road again! After a four-day weekend celebrating Thanksgiving, millions of holiday travelers nationwide are headed home.
There are some headaches for Marylanders traveling on the eve of Thanksgiving. Big crowds hit the airport, the roads and the train station, trying to get to their holiday visits.
Younger drivers are more likely to drive while drowsy, according to a new study by AAA.
Fluctuating gas prices have car makers racing to add fuel-saving technology to vehicles. AAA is offering advice about one new device. It’s called “Stop-Start.”
We’re just days away from the Fourth of July holiday, and AAA says traffic will be worse this year than in 2011 as more people plan to travel by car.
Rick Peterson joined the show to talk about the pitching in the Orioles minor league system & more.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the District of Columbia’s use of speed and red light cameras brought in a record $55 million in fiscal 2011 and could generate even more revenue this year.