Memorial Day is officially here. That means thousands of drivers hitting the road for the holiday. Many have already seen their fair share of backed up traffic.
It will soon feel like many of us are on the road this weekend, as Marylanders head out of town for Memorial Day weekend.
Maryland’s Bay Bridge is under a wind restriction as a snowstorm moves into the area.
Some trains and buses are suspended because of the storm.
Travel by air and land may be affected by the threat of severe weather Tuesday night into Wednesday. BWI Marshall Airport and the Maryland Transportation Authority are making preparations.
Two state senators are questioning travel expenses incurred by Comptroller Peter Franchot to distribute four kinds of awards. But Franchot says he believes the motivation for their inquiries is political rather than fiscal stewardship.
Two charter flights arrived in New Orleans Friday afternoon from Baltimore, and fans could not be more thrilled to be in the Big Easy.
A program that teaches military veterans how to start a business is expanding from its Eastern Shore roots to two more Maryland counties.
Metro says it will sell special one-day passes for Inauguration Day at nine stations on Sunday.
It’s Christmas Eve and more Marylanders this year are scrambling to get out of town.
Long lines and delays at airports nationwide, thanks to a massive storm traveling across the country. Add in the start of holiday travel and many passengers are left in limbo.
Holiday travel is up this year in Maryland. In fact, AAA predicts almost 2 million Marylanders will take to the skies and road to see loved ones this holiday.