Despite Less Traffic, Nearly 600 Marylanders Died In Crashes Last Year, Department Of Transportation SaysOne bright spot of the COVID-19 pandemic was less traffic on the roads, but that didn't mean it was any safer. In fact, traffic deaths are up. Nearly 600 Marylanders lost their lives last year.
Maryland Releases Agreement On Purple Line Contract DisputesMaryland will pay the companies managing the Purple Line’s construction $100 million by Dec. 31 to settle contract disputes under an agreement.
All Maryland VEIP Sites Reopening Next Week, MDOT MVA SaysAll Vehicle Emission Inspection Program sites in Maryland will reopen next week, the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration announced Tuesday.
MDOT MTA Walks Back Planned Service Cuts To Bus Service Due To Coronavirus-Related Budget WoesThe Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration has walked back plans to cut MARC train and bus service following backlash from residents and local leaders.
Residents Upset By Proposed MTA Cuts Prompted By Coronavirus-Related Budget ShortfallBaltimoreans who rely on public transportation to get around decried proposed cuts to bus and MARC service as community leaders said budget shortfalls due to the coronavirus shouldn't be balanced "on the backs of the most vulnerable."
MDOT MTA Proposes Service Cuts To MARC Trains, Bus Service Due To Revenue Decline Brought On By CoronavirusThe Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration is proposing a number of cuts due to revenue decreases brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, the agency said Tuesday.
Maryland MVA Launches New Online System That Can Save Some People Trips To Branch OfficersThe Motor Vehicle Administration has launched a new system that makes it easier to handle some transactions without having to go to an MVA branch.
SHA Responded To 23 Calls For Weather-Related Incidents Wednesday During Heavy RainsThe Maryland State Highway Administration responded to 23 weather-related calls during heavy rainfall Wednesday that caused flash flooding.
Officials Urge Marylanders To Keep COVID-19 Precautions In Mind During Fourth Of July TravelThe Maryland Department of Transportation is urging everyone to travel with safety in mind this Fourth of July amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
MVA Expanding Appointments To Include Vehicle TitlingThe Maryland Department of Transportation is trying to make going to the MVA a little less painful.
Gov. Hogan Appoints Gregory Slater As Secretary Of Md. DOTSlater's appointment, subject to Senate confirmation, is effective January 10, 2020.
Peter Franchot Wants Bay Bridge Work Stopped TemporarilyMaryland's Comptroller Peter Franchot is among the motorists in the state that are frustrated by the delays caused by the Chesapeake Bay Bridge rehabilitation project.
17K Drivers Pulled Over For Violating 'Move Over Law' Since Expansion Last YearIt's been one year since the Move Over Law was expanded to include transportation, service and utility vehicles.
'Seat Belts Look Good On You' Campaign Aims To Get Teens To Buckle UpThe Maryland Department of Transportation and Motor Vehicle Administration Thursday announced a new initiative to lower the number of fatalities from drivers and passengers who don't wear a seatbelt in the car.
Light Rail Service Suspended Downtown Indefinitely As Crews Repair Sinkhole, MDOT Officials SayMaryland Department of Transportation officials said Thursday they are unsure about the timeline for repairs of a large water main break and sinkhole downtown and have temporarily suspended services between Camden Yards and North Avenue stops.