Maryland got a second round of snowy weather on Tuesday, keeping road crews busy.
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
Fixing highways and bridges to improve traffic is a top goal of Maryland lawmakers, but where will that money come from? Some lawmakers want you to pay more at the pump.
Those that count on the snow to pad their paychecks are disappointed with this winter.
Road conditions may get worse as temperatures drop below freezing.
With a light snow expected in far Western Maryland Thursday, the time is right for the state to show us its newest weapons to battle this winter’s weather.
Drivers now taxed 23.5 cents a gallon could see that raised between five and 10 cents a gallon. Tacking the 6 percent state sales tax to the wholesale price is another option.
The National Weather Service says flash floods linked to Hurricane Irene have closed roads in Baltimore and several Maryland counties.
A winter storm causes one of the worst cases of gridlock this area has ever seen, and not just one road, but many, including interstates. Many people abandoned their cars on the road, opting to walk home in the heavy snow.
The lighting along Maryland’s roadways could soon get a bit dimmer. The State Highway Administration says it’s all about saving money.