It’s just hours until IndyCar racing roars through downtown Baltimore streets. Organizers are accelerating the last-minute preparations to get ready for three days of racing.
If the Grand Prix road closures don’t stall your commute this weekend, a boost in holiday travel just might.
Maryland’s highway officials are fueling up vehicles, clearing drains and getting chain saws and other equipment ready to deal with Hurricane Sandy.
Sunday proves to be one of the wettest days of 2012 after several parts of Maryland experience five to six inches of rain.
Washington County authorities say a six-mile stretch of Interstate 70 west of Clear Spring is closed due to a tractor-trailer fire involving explosives.
Maryland State police are announcing road closures for the G-8 Summit.
A marathon and relay race in the nation’s capital is causing significant road closures downtown.
Widespread flooding is impacting all parts of Maryland.
Last-minute preparations are underway for the Baltimore Grand Prix. That means plenty of road closures and traffic headaches for drivers downtown.
Getting around downtown is getting more complicated. The city is changing traffic patterns to accommodate this week’s Grand Prix.
Maryland highway officials say there are more than 120 closures of state-maintained roads as a result of Hurricane Irene.