28-Year-Old Deshawn Murdock Arrested On Weapon And Drug Distribution ChargesOn Friday, September, 3 the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) arrested a 28-year-old man on weapon and drug distribution charges.
BGE To Install Equipment Via Helicopter On Towers Next To Key Bridge SaturdayBaltimore Gas and Electric will install equipment on two transmission towers next to the inner loop side of the Key Bridge Saturday, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority.
Maryland Transportation Authority Warns Public About Reports Of Spam Text MessagesThe Maryland Transportation Authority is warning the public about reports of spam text messages from "Maryland MDot Urgent."  
Officer S. Claus Sworn In To Work With MDTA Police For Toys For TotsOfficer S. Claus is back in town for the holiday season. 
Standard Video Toll Rates To Resume Statewide January 1, MDTA SaysThe Maryland Transportation Authority announced Tuesday standard video toll rates will resume statewide beginning January 1.  
2 Jackknifed Tractor Trailer Causing Traffic Jam On I-95 Southbound; Fuel Leak ReportedThe Maryland Transportation Authority alerted travelers to slowed traffic on southbound Interstate 95 Tuesday morning caused by two jackknifed tractor trailers.
Fees For Not Paying Video Tolls In Maryland Will Be Cut In Half Starting In JulyOnce Maryland rolls out its new electronic tolling system, drivers who forget to pay a video toll will see the penalty cut in half, the Maryland Transportation Authority said Thursday.
'It's Really Horrible' | Baltimore MTA Passengers Concerned By Bus Driver's Weekend ShootingPolice are still searching for the person who pulled the trigger during an argument with a bus driver on a city bus Saturday night, leaving the driver seriously injured.
Gov. Hogan Appoints New Member To Maryland Transportation Authority BoardGovernor Larry Hogan has appointed Cynthia Penny-Ardinger as the newest member of the Maryland Transportation Authority Board. 
How Md. Uses Surveillance, Data To Track Motorists, TrafficMotorists in Maryland may be aware of the cameras that enforce speed and red-light violations, but the state’s tracking practices include other layers to assist in law enforcement efforts, and for traffic and planning purposes.
MDTA Board Unanimously Approves Toll Modernization PlanThe Maryland Transportation Authority board Thursday unanimously approved a toll modernization plan the state says will save drivers more than $28 million over five years.