Hanover Street Bridge To Close Over Weekend For Repair WorkThe Baltimore City Department of Transportation is advising drivers that the Hanover Street Bridge will be closed this weekend for repair work. 
USS Constellation Moved To Inner Harbor Due To Terminal ConstructionIf you were at the Inner Harbor Monday morning, you got to see the historic U.S.S. Constellation on the move.
Maryland Drivers Advised To Expect Delays At Bay BridgeMaryland drivers are being advised to expect delays on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, as a deck rehabilitation project begins.
BWI Airport Gets Nearly $10M In Federal Funds To Reconstruct TaxiwayThe funds will be used to reconstruct a portion of Taxiway Z. The announcement comes from U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen and Rep. John Sarbanes (all D-Md). 
Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Northbound Bore To Close For 60 DaysAs part of the Maryland Transportation Authority's $189 million I-895 Bridge Project, the northbound bore of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel will close 24/7 for 60 days starting on Friday, April 12.
Headed To DC To See The Cherry Blossoms? Roadwork Could Change Travel PlansTwo major roadways will be closed due to construction the weekend of April 5. 
US Naval Academy Chapel Dome Renovations Set To StartRenovations of the United States Naval Academy's iconic chapel dome will begin this winter.
26th Street Bridge Reopens A Year After CollapseA year after the 26th Street Bridge collapse, the road reopens.
Opponents Of New Gas Plant Ask Court To Halt ConstructionOpponents of a liquefied natural gas export facility in Calvert County are asking a federal court to halt construction until it can hear their appeal of the project's approval.
Construction Along I-95 Will Cause Major DelaysThe Maryland Transportation Authority announced the return of construction along the mainline of I-95 which is expected to cause major traffics delays and congestion in downtown Baltimore.
Md. Construction Company Admits To Federal FraudA Maryland construction company has admitted to orchestrating phony partnerships to get millions in District of Columbia government contracts and agreed to pay a $2 million fine, ending a two-year fraud investigation.