The Holiday Rush Is On For Thanksgiving TravelThe holiday rush is in full swing, as Marylanders hit the roads and head to the airport for Thanksgiving travel.
Travel Officials Getting Ready For Influx Of Travelers This Holiday SeasonWhether by plane, train, or automobile, millions of people are on their way to Thanksgiving destinations.
Record Numbers Expected For Busy Summer Holiday Weekend TravelPeople across Maryland are hitting the roads in record numbers this long Fourth of July weekend.
Memorial Day Weekend Kicks Off Ocean City's Busy Summer Season!Memorial Day Weekend kicks off Ocean City's busy summer season and with schools now beginning after Labor Day, families get to enjoy it even longer.
Millions Of Travelers Hit The Road For Holiday WeekendAAA says 2016 is on track to be a record year for travelers across the country. In Maryland, it is expected that 2.2 million Marylanders will be traveling, with about 91% driving.
Rising Gas Prices May Be Affecting Holiday Travel PlansOrdinarily, this is the time of year, many of drivers can see lower prices at the pump, but instead, motorists are seeing one of the largest increases in gas price.
A Record Year For AmtrakAmtrak had a record-breaking year with 31.3 million passengers, that's 400,000 more than what they saw last year.
Expect More Police On Md. Roadways This 4th Of July WeekendThis Fourth of July weekend, expect to see a lot more police out on Maryland roadways.
Falling Gas Prices Make For Record Number Of Holiday TravelersTriple A declares this year's to be the busiest holiday for travel ever.
Md. State Police Eyeing Up Drunk Drivers This Holiday WeekendConcerns from state police this holiday weekend means more traffic on the roadways and unfortunately an increase in drunk drivers.
Travel Tips This Memorial Day WeekendMaryland motorists take to the roadways--ushering in the summer season, with a trip to the shore or some other family outing.
Weather Elements Impacting Holiday TravelIf you think there's no place like home for the holidays, you aren't alone. Millions of Marylanders are traveling at this hour to get somewhere special for Christmas.