Amtrak is going to break the speed limit this week in the Northeast Corridor. The rail service announced Monday it will operate test trains overnight at 165 mph in four stretches from Maryland to Massachusetts.
A Maryland state trooper hit by a tractor trailer is now asking drivers to obey the “move over” law.
Since opening last year, the Intercounty Connector has provided thousands of Maryland motorists with their first direct, congestion-free drive between Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
The cameras issue $40 tickets to drivers caught exceeding the speed limit in school zones by more than 12 miles per hour.
Residents in College Park say they’re being ripped off by the city and its speed cameras.
More speed cameras on Maryland roads could soon be a reality if one man gets his way.