Hogan, Officials To Break Ground On Howard Street Tunnel ProjectGov. Larry Hogan and officials from the Maryland Department of Transportation, freight train operator CSX and the Federal Railroad Administration on Monday will break ground for the Howard Street Tunnel Expansion Project.
Maryland Transportation Receives $50 Million Grant To Improve Baltimore’s East-West CorridorOn Wednesday, the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration and the Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDT) announced that they will be investing $50 million in public transportation infrastructure for Baltimore's East-West Corrider. 
On Crash Responder Safety Week, MDOT Worker Recounts Being Hit By A Car Four TimesEvery day Steven Stinchcomb goes to work as an emergency response technician, he knows he’s risking his life. Stinchcomb has been hit by a car four times in his career.
Acting MTA Administrator Holly Arnold Elevated To Permanent StatusHolly Arnold, acting head of the Maryland Transit Administration, has been elevated to permanent status, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday.
Dedicated Bus Lanes On North Avenue Open TuesdaySeven miles of dedicated bus lanes opened on North Avenue, offering transit signal priority to buses that officials say reduces travel times by 25%, the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration announced Tuesday.
October Is Now 'Walktober' in Maryland, With Walk Maryland Day Set For Oct. 6October is now 'Walktober' in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan proclaimed on on Friday, with the seventh annual Walk Maryland Day scheduled for Oct. 6.
MVA's Bus Driver Day To Streamline Process For Applicants To Get Commercial LicenseA school bus driver shortage is affecting states across the country including Maryland. In response, Gov. Larry Hogan has directed the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration to take steps to make sure school bus drivers are able to obtain proper testing and credentials as quickly as possible.
Hogan Awards $12M In Federal Grants To Local Groups To Promote Highway SafetyGov. Larry Hogan on Monday awarded $12 million in federal grants to 90 local agencies and organizations to promote highway safety.
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.