Road To Recovery: Maryland's Traffic Numbers Reaching Pre-Pandemic LevelsTraffic is returning to pre-pandemic levels and with covid-19 vaccines widely available, Marylanders are returning to roadways, airways and other forms of travel.
Gas Prices Are On The Rise Again During Summer Travel SeasonWith the country on the move again and in the midst of the summer travel season, prices at the gas pump are on the rise.
Expect More Drivers On The Maryland Roads This July 4th HolidayMore drivers are expected on Maryland road this Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Southwest Airlines Says Thunderstorms Have Impacted Flights, Leading To Delays Or CancellationsSome passengers flying with Southwest have experienced a number of problems after the airline had to delay or cancel a number of flights over recent weeks.
Airlines Struggling To Keep Up With Travel Demand As More Americans Make Summer PlansMore than 47.7 million Americans are expected to hit the roads or take a flight this Fourth of July holiday. That's up 40% from 2020.
Some American Airlines Flights Canceled At BWI Amid Reports Of Labor ShortagesAmerican Airlines is canceling hundreds of flights through at least mid-July as the company strives to maintain service in the midst of massively increasing travel demand while the coronavirus pandemic continues to recede in the United States, according to a spokesperson from the airline.
Travel Troubles For Thousands Of People Flying Southwest Airlines Including Here In BaltimoreSouthwest Airlines said it is beginning to resume flight operations after the airline's third-party weather data provider experienced intermittent performance issues Monday evening, grounding planes and delaying travel across the US.
Tru By Hilton Hotel Celebrates Grand Opening In Harbor EastAfter 19 months of construction, Tru By Hilton held its grand opening on Tuesday morning.
Record Number Of Travelers Expected To Hit Maryland Roads This Memorial DayThe holiday weekend saw a record number of Americans traveling since the pandemic first started.
Maryland Traffic: Busy Bay Bridge, Jam-Packed Waterways, And Flooded Airports On Memorial Day WeekendThis weekend is the unofficial start of summer, and after more than a year of Covid hibernation, it seems like many are celebrating by getting out of town. One in four people say they plan on traveling.
Transportation Officials Urging Drivers To Be Responsible This Memorial Day WeekendMore than 700,000 Marylanders are gearing up to hit the road this Memorial Day Weekend, a 53 percent increase from this time last year. For some, this might be their first long-distance trip since the pandemic started.
MDOT Urges Safe Travel For Memorial Day WeekendBefore you pack the station wagon and head to Ocean City or grandma's house, the Maryland Department of Transportation is stressing safety on the roads. After a year of reduced traffic, MDOT is anticipating high congestion on the roads starting Friday.
Great Wolf Resorts Inc. Breaks Ground On Indoor Water Park In PerryvilleGreat Wolf Resorts, Inc. has broken ground on its newest indoor water park in Perryville, officials said Tuesday.
Maryland Father & Son To Begin 200-Mile Kayak Journey Down Chesapeake Bay To Raise Money For Hunger ReliefA Maryland father and son will begin their 12-day kayak journey down the Chesapeake Bay to raise money for hunger relief on Friday.
Ocean City Welcomes Return Of Memorial Day RevelersOcean City is hoping for a big boost in business this weekend. The resort town welcomed back long-awaited visitors Friday.
Fish Without A License In Maryland June 5 and 12 and July 4Anglers wanting to get on the water and catch fish will be able to for free three times this summer. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has set June 5 and 12 and July 4 as days when fishing licenses, trout stamps or registrations will not be required.
Maryland Ranks No. 26 On List Of Best States, New Survey FindsIt's safe to say, most of us think Maryland is pretty great. We have Ocean City, the Preakness, great sports teams and a lot of history! But how do we compare to the rest of the nation?
DC Cherry Blossom Peak Bloom Predicted For April 2-5The National Mall National Park Service is projecting cherry blossom peak bloom will fall between April 2 to April 5.