Half of the District of Columbia public schools slated to close were recently awarded grants for their creative plans to improve test scores with funds totaling more than $1 million.
Drivers should plan ahead for nighttime delays and detours on the inner loop this Sunday. The State Highway Administration will resume its $13 million construction project to replace the I-695 North bridge over Wilkens Avenue.
O’Malley: ‘People Will Die In This Storm,’ Hurricane Sandy Prompts Massive Closures & Strong Warning
Sandy has now been downgraded from a hurricane to a post tropical cyclone. However, conditions are still severe with heavy rain and strong winds.
Baltimore City Imposes Mandatory Travel Restrictions; Drivers Not Allowed On Roads After 6 p.m. Monday
As Maryland waits for the full effect of Hurricane Sandy, Baltimore City officials activated emergency operations.
A tour bus has been involved in an accident along I-95 southbound in the area of Route 896.
A Hazmat scare led to major back-ups on the Bay Bridge Tuesday. A tanker truck leaking propane caused officials to shut down both sides of the bridge for nearly two hours.
The State Highway Administration (SHA) reminds drivers traveling to and from the Eastern Shore to use U.S. 301 as an alternate route or travel during off-peak hours due to the reconstruction of the westbound US 50 Bridge in Queenstown.
The Baltimore Department of Transportation (DOT) is asking residents driving into the city to expect significant delays due to road closures ahead of this weekend’s Grand Prix.
Much of Ellicott City is still off limits because of the debris and cleanup from the train derailment on Tuesday.
Technology, timing and the right tide all came into play as four enormous cranes made their way up the bay to Baltimore. The trip included two close encounters with bridges.
With the summer construction season in full swing, drivers on the Capital Beltway and Interstate 95 in northern Virginia can expect some heavy delays this week on overnight travel.
Emergency construction on the Jones Falls Expressway is about to expand dramatically. All northbound lanes will be closed overnight starting Thursday as crews work to stabilize the ground under the pavement. Then they’ll start fixing broken pipes that could cause a major sinkhole.