Gov. Larry Hogan announced plans to spend nearly $2 billion on roads, highways and bridges throughout the state of Maryland, a state senator who has been informed of the announcement said Thursday.
Rep. John Delaney is asking constituents to send him their stories of travel problems caused by inadequate roads, bridges, railways and airports.
The state is wrapping up a week-long bridge inspection project after falling debris struck several cars. One of those drivers spoke with WJZ.
Ask nearly anyone who is successful and they’ll probably tell you that they didn’t get there all by themselves.
Right now, the Interstate 70 bridge is open after an emergency closure over the weekend. We have new information on the fix and what’s being done to keep Maryland bridges safe.
Maryland officials are urging travelers to watch out for the possibility of flooding across the state in coming days.
Five bridges in the nation’s capital, including the heavily traveled Frederick Douglass Bridge over the Anacostia River, are categorized by federal highway officials as both “fracture critical” and “structurally deficient,” but District of Columbia officials say they’ve already fixed one and replaced another.
Though it’s been over a decade since the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the government is working through lists of targets that need better protection.
Tolls are going up at Maryland Transportation Authority facilities statewide.
The Maryland Transportation Authority raises the tolls on bridges and tunnels. Although public opinion caused the board to scale back on its original plans, drivers say the new increases are still too high.
Officials are inspecting bridges around Maryland for possible damage from flooding caused by the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee.
New technology designed to keep drivers safe by spotting weak bridges could be installed on Maryland roadways soon.