Flooded roads are turning the morning commute into a nightmare for drivers in the Baltimore-Washington area.
Get ready for gridlock. If you’re planning to be anywhere near downtown Baltimore Friday or at all this weekend, you’ve got a big headache waiting for you.
The Maryland Transit Administration is warning travelers to expect delays on MARC’s Penn Line train due to Hurricane Irene.
Officials say some morning commuters in the Baltimore-Washington area may encounter hurdles in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
After months of criticism over stalled, late and sweltering trains, the MTA is following a new schedule, all aimed at improving your ride.
Crews were out overnight making sure the roads were safe for the morning commute.
Traffic in a lot of big cities is a handful. But considering Baltimore’s population, it’s a lot worse because we are much higher than most people think.