Md. DOT: 523 People Died In Traffic Crashes On State Roads In 2016Maryland officials have announced that 523 people died on the state's roads last year.
'Slow Down, Pay Attention'; How To Stay Safe In Construction ZonesNational Work Zone Awareness Week is turning our attention to the roads, and the men and women killed every year during roadway construction season.
Md. Officials Want To Test Driverless Cars On Interstate 95Driverless cars could be coming to Interstate 95 if Maryland transportation officials have their way.
New Driving Laws to Take Effect October 1A number of new road laws will be going into effect on Saturday, October 1. Among them, is the Drunk Driving Reduction Act of 2016, also known as Noah's Law.
Signing Event to Clinch $900M Purple Line Funding PostponedOfficials have postponed a signing event that would have locked in $900 million in federal funding to build the light-rail Purple Line in Maryland.
Md. DOT Reports Major Delays on Light RailThe Maryland Department of Transportation is reporting major delays on the Light Rail Tuesday morning.
Mock Crash Demonstrates Importance of Seat Belt UseAuthorities in Maryland host a deadly driving demonstration on Tuesday to kick off the national "Click It or Ticket" campaign.
Silent Rides Honor Dead And Injured BicyclistsBicyclists are pedaling in silence in six Maryland communities as a way of remembering riders who were killed or injured on public roads.
Md. Transportation Officials Conducting "Simulated Terrorist Attack" Drill This WeekendTransportation officials in Maryland are conducting an emergency response exercise simulating a terrorist attack on the bus and subway in Baltimore.
Maryland Senate To Take Up Cabinet AppointmentsThe Maryland Senate is scheduled to take up some of Gov. Larry Hogan's Cabinet appointments.
Maryland Gets $10M To Widen Road At Fort MeadeThe Maryland Department of Transportation will receive $10 million in federal money to widen a road at Fort Meade to reduce traffic congestion.
Engineering Study Set For Susquehanna River BridgeAmtrak says it has joined with state and federal agencies to conduct an engineering study of the Susquehanna River Rail Bridge for possible rehabilitation or replacement.

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