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.
Traffic Detour Could Impact Ocean City Traffic Wednesday Into ThursdayThe Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration will close and detour westbound MD 90 (Ocean City Expressway) between MD 528 (Coastal Highway and MD 589 (Race Track Road) between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. on Wednesday. 
Metro Subway Link Resumes Normal Service Between Johns Hopkins Hospital And Shot Tower StationsThe Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Transit Administration, resumed normal service on the Metro Subway Link between the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Shot Tower stations on Saturday.
Transportation Research Non-Profit Calls Md. Roads A 'Congestion Emergency'On most days, congestion on Maryland roads is a problem for commuters.
MDTA Police Seeking Suspect Who Fled Scene Of An Accident In South BaltimoreThe Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police are asking for the public's help to identify the suspect, or suspects, from an incident that occurred on Hanover Street near the on-ramp for I-95 South in Baltimore.
Record Rain, Changing Temperatures Bringing More Potholes This WinterRecord rain, rising and falling temperatures and snow-treated roads are creating the perfect conditions for potholes this winter.
State To Test New Tech To Lower Risk To Human Flagging CrewsThe Maryland Department of Transportation's State Highway Administration will use an automated flagger assistance device instead of someone with a long pole with "Stop" and "Slow" signs attached.
MDOT Demonstrates 'Move Over' LawMore than 500 people die in traffic crashes every year in Maryland. Dozens of emergency responders have been killed or injured along Maryland roadways.
MTA Spends $81.3 Million On 140 New BaltimoreLink BusesMaryland transportation officials have reached an $81.3 million agreement to buy 140 clean-diesel buses to improve service on the BaltimoreLink transit system.