MDOT Warns Drivers To Avoid Bay Bridge During Holiday TravelIf you have to travel on the Bay Bridge, MDOT suggests leaving at least 30 minutes earlier than you might have planned. 
Light RailLink Partially Suspends Service For Baltimore Street, Sewer Repairs Nov. 6-11The service will be back next Monday, November 11. 
All Clear Given After MTA Building Evacuated Due To Suspicious PackageAn MDOT MTA building in Baltimore was evacuated Friday morning due to a suspicious package.
'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.
Remaining Pratt Street Lanes Opened MondayThe remaining lanes of Pratt Street, previously closed after a roadway collapse in July, will reopen Monday at noon. 
'Saving Lives Is Our Goal' | Maryland State Police Cracking Down On Drunk And Impaired Drivers For Fourth Of July WeekendMaryland State Police rely on a team of experts who are specially trained to reduce the number of drunk and impaired drivers. 
Maryland Withholds Over $55.5M In Funding From WMATA Over 'Lack Of Cooperation' The State of Maryland notified WMATA that the state will withhold a partial payment because of a lack of cooperation to conduct financial audits, Gov. Hogan's office said Monday.
MDOT MVA Tests Digital License Plates In MarylandMaryland is the fourth state to put out this type of pilot program with Reviver-- which is providing the test plates at no cost to the state, MDOT MVA said. 
Columbia Annex Office Created To Serve Real ID CustomersHoward County residents now have 258 more opportunities every day for an appointment to get the federally mandated REAL ID.
Six Injured In MTA Bus Accident In BaltimoreThe incident happened around noon, officials said, and the bus operator and five passengers were taken to local hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries. 
511 Were Killed In Md Fatal Crashes Since 2018, New Campaign Pushes Road AwarenessPedestrian deaths are hitting record numbers in Maryland, and city officials say are making changes to fix that.