Maryland State Highway Administration
The Maryland State Highway Administration says it is refining its salting technique in preparation for winter snow and ice.
Maryland’s State Highway Administration says it is creating a temporary park in a Baltimore parking space.
After pummeling the nation’s midsection with heavy snow, a late-winter storm made its way Wednesday to the mid-Atlantic, where residents braced for the possibility of power outages.
Even though Baltimore is located south of the Mason-Dixon Line, its drivers are not exempted from dealing with hazardous winter driving conditions. With an annual seasonal average of more than 20 inches of snow, the area is subject to freezing rain, sleet and a combination of precipitation that present challenging and dangerous winter driving hazards.
The Maryland State Highway Administration is asking drivers to take precautions in light of an anticipated snowstorm Saturday.
The Maryland State Highway Administration says a two-vehicle crash has closed both westbound lanes of Interstate 70 just west of Hancock.
Another winter storm wreaks havoc across the region. Ice caused trouble on the roads and the big problem is the wind, which knocked out power across the area.
Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) crews are currently responding to a wintry mix of snow, freezing rain and sleet across central and western Maryland.
Just before 7 p.m. Maryland State Police responded to call for an overturned auto along I-95 at mile marker 98.7 in North East, Md.
Drivers should plan ahead for nighttime delays and detours on the inner loop this Sunday. The State Highway Administration will resume its $13 million construction project to replace the I-695 North bridge over Wilkens Avenue.
Garrett County officials are reviewing their response to Superstorm Sandy, which dumped 3 feet of heavy, wet snow, and caused catastrophic damage to the power system, closed roads and threatened communications networks.
The Maryland State Highway Administration is urging motorists to plan for longer commute times because of a Nor’easter headed the state’s way.