MDOT Reminding Drivers, Pedestrians Of Trick-Or-Treating SafetyHalloween is right around the corner, and both pedestrians and drivers are being asked to look out for each other.
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.
Tractor-Trailer Jackknifes, Crosses Median On I-695A tractor-trailer jackknifed and crossed the median strip on I-695 Saturday afternoon, causing major traffic delays.
Wet Summer Led To More Winter Potholes In MarylandThe State Highway Administration said this has been a bad winter for roads because of so much rain last year, and so much snow and rain in 2019 already.
Highway Officials Across Maryland Warn Drivers To Be Cautious In Winter WeatherIt's another dose of winter weather, a low-pressure system dumped snow across the state Sunday afternoon.
Seasoned Road Crews Prepare For Another Round Of SnowRoad crews are preparing for another round of possible snow one tractor load of salt at a time.
State Highway Officials Prep For First Big Snow Of The SeasonThe fleet of about 1,700 pieces of equipment is ready to go for Wednesday snow removal already, with a little help from the sun.
Highway Officials Prep Roads For Baltimore Drivers As Cold Weather ContinuesThe cold weather this year hasn't given the State Highway Administration any breaks.
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 Police Urge Drivers To Use These Tips Before Traveling In Cold WeatherMaryland State Police have urged drivers to use caution before heading out on the roads during this blanket of cold weather across the state.
Road Treatments Already Underway As Snow Heads To MarylandMaryland is gearing up for a blast of winter weather, and with the hours ticking down until the snow starts falling, road crews say the streets are ready for the wave of 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.
State Highway Administration Improvements To Help Travel During Winter WeatherThere are 2,700 pieces of equipment to keep Maryland roads clear, and for the first time, you'll be able to track them from home.
Md. Road Crews Under Time Crunch To Fix Crumbling RoadsAsphalt is crumbling and vehicles are taking a beating after a rollercoaster winter in Maryland. Road crews across the state are now shifting from plowing roads to fixing potholes.
State Highway Officials Working To Repair PotholesMaryland's roads are riddled with potholes, which are an expensive headache, not only for drivers, but for Maryland as well.