Doctor Explains Why You Should Avoid Thanksgiving, Christmas Gatherings: 'Not Worth The Risk'Dr. Mallika Marshall warns against large family gatherings this year due to the risk of spreading COVID-19.
TSA Officials Screened More Than Half A Million Passengers At BWI Over The Holiday SeasonTransportation Security Administration screened nearly 570,000 passengers at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport over the holiday season, an agency spokesperson said Friday.
Travel Officials Warn Drivers To Drive Sober, Or Stay Home On New Year's EveAccording to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 10,500 people died in alcohol-related crashes last year.
December 26 Will Be Worst Holiday Travel Day, AAA SaysHeading home after the holidays? If you can stay an extra day, you might want to consider doing so.
Passengers Report 'Merry' Last-Minute Travel Conditions At BWI AirportTravelers at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport told WJZ Tuesday it was smooth sailing.
47.5 Million People Expected To Fly Over The HolidaysAirlines for America predicts 47.5 million people will fly in the U.S. from December 19 through January 5. 
MDOT Warns Drivers To Avoid Bay Bridge During Holiday TravelIf you have to travel on the Bay Bridge, MDOT suggests leaving at least 30 minutes earlier than you might have planned. 
BWI Adds Free Hour Of Parking, Expands Cell Phone Lot For Holiday Travel SeasonBWI Airport is hoping to make holiday travel a little easier on all of us. 
AAA: More Than 55 Million Travelers Will Hit The Road And Skies This ThanksgivingMore than 55 million travelers are kicking off the holiday season with a trip of 50 or more miles away this Thanksgiving. 
Gas Prices Down In Maryland As Millions Hit The Road for Labor Day WeekendLabor Day weekend is one of the busiest travel periods of the year, with nearly 2.4 million Marylanders expected to hit the road this year. Despite that, gas prices in the state are down.
112M People Expected To Travel This Holiday SeasonA majority of travelers will go by car and experts predict heavy traffic could make some trips take up to four times longer than normal.