There are still dangerous elements left over from the storm that hit our region this week. But many of us may not realize what those dangers are.
Our area was right on the freeze line of Monday’s storm. A few degrees either way was the difference between rain or snow.
Baltimore-area drivers are shelling out big bucks because of bad roads.
Icy conditions are causing problems all over the area Thursday, including a death in Gambrills.
Maryland highway officials are warning motorists that state roads could be slick during and after the Super Bowl.
Most Americans who traveled during this Thanksgiving holiday came face to face with an American reality: while there is much to be thankful for, our infrastructure is not one of those things.
Death blew in on the superstorm’s wild winds and sea water torrents, claiming 90-year-olds and children with capriciously toppling trees, taking tall-ship adventurers in mountainous Atlantic waves and average folks just trying to deal with a freakish snowstorm. It felled both heroes rushing into harm’s way and, ironically, people simply following advice to play it safe at home.
Baltimore City Imposes Mandatory Travel Restrictions; Drivers Not Allowed On Roads After 6 p.m. Monday
As Maryland waits for the full effect of Hurricane Sandy, Baltimore City officials activated emergency operations.
Many roads in the U.S. are in desperate need of repairs or upgrades. Current taxation probably isn’t enough.
A Maryland State trooper narrowly avoids losing his life in a situation that should call all drivers to attention.
The Baltimore Department of Transportation (DOT) is asking residents driving into the city to expect significant delays due to road closures ahead of this weekend’s Grand Prix.
Washington-area residents and local leaders are preparing for a difficult Monday morning commute in parts of the region because of storm damage.