Officials say a convoy of nearly 2,500 motorcycles will likely cause traffic delays in parts of western Maryland and northern Virginia.
While many cities across the nation are privatizing services, the city of Baltimore is doing the opposite to get more streets re-paved.
The State Highway Administration is ready for summer. Click on the link for their construction plan.
May is Bike Month and Bike to Work Day organizers want you to take two wheels to work on May 20.
Authorities are investigating an accident involving a car and a dump truck in Germantown in which an 18-year-old man was killed.
Washington drivers can expect major traffic tie-ups next month as one of the city’s key roads shrinks in size.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says he could support a new revenue package to help revive Maryland’s depleted transportation trust fund.
It’s another round of winter weather. The worry this time isn’t snow. It’s ice and that means area crews are approaching things a bit differently.
Highway crews in Maryland and Delaware are pretreating roads in anticipation of a winter storm that’s expected to bring freezing rain, sleet and possibly snow.
Maryland highways remain dangerous and thousands are still without power after the region’s first major winter storm of the season.
It’s slippery, messy and cold outside. As Maryland thaws out from one storm, another system inches in.
Less than a year after digging out from back-to-back blizzards, the snow is back. The first flakes started falling in our region just before noon Thursday. But with the ground so cold, it took no time before it started sticking to the roads and making it slick out there.