MDOT MVA Highway Safety Office Accepting Applications For Traffic Safety Grants To Reduce Roadway CrashesThe Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration’s (MDOT MVA) Highway Safety Office is currently accepting applications for traffic safety program and project grants.
New Law Allows For More MVA Services To Be Done Online In MarylandIt's now easier to get your driver's license in Maryland.
New Baltimore City Program Helps Those Experiencing Homelessness Get State-Issued IDs For HousingThe Baltimore Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services and MDOT MVA are working to secure state-issued identification cards for individuals experiencing homelessness to become “document ready” to receive housing through city housing programs.
MDOT MVA Offices, VEIP Stations Closed On Election DayMDOT MVA is closing all its branch offices and Vehicle Emission Inspection Program stations on Tuesday for Election Day.
6 E-ZPass Customer Service Centers In MDOT MVA Branches Reopening October 13The Maryland Transportation Authority will reopen its six E-ZPass Customer Service Centers within the MDOT MVA branches at limited capacity and by appointment only starting October 13.
2 Glen Burnie MVA Employees Test Positive For COVID-19The MDOT MVA said Friday that two employees recently tested positive for COVID-19 at the Glen Burnie branch office.
MDOT MVA Expanding Appointment Availability; Opening Two Additional Branch OfficesThe MDOT MVA is moving forward with its phased reopening plan, and is expanding service options as Maryland continues its COVID-19 recovery.
MDOT MVA TO Reopen 5 More Branch Offices June 22Five more branch offices will reopen to the public by appointment only starting June 22.
Reopening Maryland: MVA Now Open By Appointment For Learner's Permits, Driving Tests, Other Transactions At Select BranchesThe Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration is officially open to customers on a limited basis starting Monday.
100+ Marylanders Have Chosen 'X' As Gender Option On IDs In Wake Of New State LawMore than 100 Marylanders have chosen to list their gender as "X" or unspecified on their drivers' licenses and ID cards after a new state law allowing them to do so went into effect a little more than a month ago.
'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.