Maryland State Highway Administration

Dump Truck Gets Stuck Under Beltway Overpass Authorities in Maryland say a contract dump truck got stuck under an overpass along the Capital Beltway, causing backups on the inner loop.
Chunk Of Bridge Falls On Md. Woman's CarA chunk of concrete falls from a Maryland bridge, smashing a woman's car and narrowly missing the driver.
Motorists Could See Slick Commute With Snow ForecastMotorists are being advised to monitor weather conditions with the possibility of snowfall for Wednesday morning.
Snow Creates Traffic Troubles For Some MotoristsIt started early and fell faster and harder than many expected. Derek Valcourt has the details on how the snow created traffic troubles for some motorists.
Frederick County Approves $9.1M For Failing WalkwaysFrederick County officials in western Maryland have approved paying more than $9 million to fix sidewalks and ramps that fail to meet the standards of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act.
Study: Frederick County Short On Meeting ADA RulesA study has found about 97 percent of Frederick County's curb ramps and 13 percent of its sidewalk miles fail to meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
Storm Update: Maryland State Highway Administration ReportCharlie Gischler of the Maryland State Highway Administration called the Norris & Davis Show with a warning: Stay OFF the roads !!!
Howard Co. Police Release Identity Of Driver Killed In Weekend CrashHoward County police have identified the man who died in a collision over the weekend on Baltimore National Pike.
Md. Highway Agency Touts Snow ReadinessThe Maryland State Highway Administration says it is refining its salting technique in preparation for winter snow and ice.
Md. Highway Officials Create Parking Space ParkMaryland's State Highway Administration says it is creating a temporary park in a Baltimore parking space.
Winter 'Snowquester' Shuts Down Mid-Atlantic Offices, SchoolsAfter 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.
Winter Driving Tips For BaltimoreEven 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.