Baltimore Drivers Among Nation's Best, DC's Some Of The Worst, According To Insurance Company QuoteWizardCharm City is number 27 on the list of the best-driving cities based on data from insurance quotes in the country's 75 largest cities.
AAA: Maryland Gas Prices 30 Cents Cheaper Than Last Labor Day WeekendIf you're hitting the road this Labor Day weekend, you'll see some significant relief at the pump compared to last year.
Drivers Reminded To Stay Alert As Back-To-School Season NearsThe State Highway Administration and AAA Mid-Atlantic held an event at Summit Park Elementary School in Pikesville Tuesday, stressing the importance of drivers and pedestrians being aware of their surroundings.
Crews Work To Patch Up Potholes On Baltimore-Washington Parkway Amid State Lawmaker PressureOver the weekend, crews with the National Park Service dumped a "pot hole killer" along I-295, plugging up the problematic potholes that are popping tires.
Amtrak Resumes Operations at NY Penn StationAmtrak has resumed regularly scheduled operations at New York Penn Station in time for this morning’s commute after a slow speed derailment with a NJ transit train last night.
Maryland Ranked 1st On Getting To Work LastTravel woes. If you feel like you're spending too much time sitting in traffic, you are not alone.
Amtrak Between DC, Boston At Half Capacity For 4th DayAmtrak's busy Northeast Corridor will run at half its normal capacity Friday, the fourth day in a row that winter weather has disrupted service.
Snow Creates Traffic Troubles For Some MotoristsIt started early and fell faster and harder than many expected. Derek Valcourt has the details on how the snow created traffic troubles for some motorists.
Metro's Summer Arts Series StartingAnnual summer arts performances at Metro stations are starting.
Officials Warn Of Potentially Icy Commute TuesdayWe got through the snowstorm and now we must weather the bitter cold. Before the sun rises, we could break a record.
Congress Fails To Renew Commuter Tax Credit, Slicing Some Benefits In Half Jan. 1Getting to work by bus or rail could get pricey for Marylanders starting January 1.
10-Month Repair Project For JFX Is About To BeginDrivers on the Jones Falls Expressway could be looking at more delays as the City Department of Transportation gets ready to start a 10-month repair project.
Hundreds Of Outages As Andrea Brings Heavy RainHundreds of customers are without power and motorists are facing a messy morning commute as Tropical Storm Andrea brings heavy rains to the mid-Atlantic region.
207,000 Commute Daily Into Baltimore Nearly 207,000 workers commute into Baltimore, ranking the city among the highest in the nation, according to new census figures.
Senate President Expects Transportation BillMaryland's Senate president says he's confident Gov. Martin O'Malley will submit a transportation funding measure early next week.