Bearing the gridlock. A new study finds that Baltimore-area workers face one of the nation’s longest commuting times.
Maryland’s traffic congestion creates some of the nation’s worst commuting headaches.
Phase two of a major construction project is creating more headaches and congestion for drivers. The $64 million project is shutting down sections of I-95.
Saturday morning beach-goers may experience heavy traffic by the Bay Bridge due to an annual charity motorcycle ride.
Officials say two lanes of the iconic Arlington Memorial Bridge will be shut down before Friday’s rush hour commute for lengthy repairs.
Protestors, including the Rev. Jamal H. Bryant, are shutting down traffic on a major roadway leading into the city, according to Bryant’s social media account.
As Memorial Day comes to an end, travelers begin their commute back home.
A milk tanker has overturned on eastbound Interstate 70, slowing the morning commute.
Transportation officials in Maryland are warning of higher than normal volume on the Bay Bridge because of Springfest in Ocean City, a celebration that includes food, arts and craft displays and free entertainment.
Police say a vehicle refused to stop at Mount Saint Joseph High School and struck an occupied marked patrol car.
Travel woes. If you feel like you’re spending too much time sitting in traffic, you are not alone.
Maryland’s roads are getting safer. The state announces traffic deaths are the lowest they’ve been in more than 60 years–but there’s still more work to be done.