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.
Drivers beware! A major construction project begins on the Jones Falls Expressway and it could cause traffic nightmares.
Massive closures are on the way for post offices and branches nationwide. It’s how the postal service plans to save some cash in a sluggish economy.
District transportation officials are cautioning motorists they’ll be implementing single-lane closures on a northbound section of the Anacostia Freeway in southeast Washington for repaving starting Friday evening and running through noon Saturday.
Click on the link to learn more about Grand Prix road closures.
The District of Columbia’s emergency management director says Washington appears to have weathered Hurricane Irene with fewer problems than other parts of the mid-Atlantic region.
Crews are repairing a 30-inch water main in Upper Marlboro after a break caused the road to collapse and create a sinkhole.
Here’s a full list of Maryland post offices that could be closed.