Travel By Road, Air Now Exceeds Pre-Pandemic Levels In MarylandTraffic on Maryland roadways is exceeding pre-pandemic levels, according to Gov. Larry Hogan's office.
Howard Street Tunnel Project Earns Final Environmental Approval, Construction To Start In 2021The Howard Street Tunnel Project received a "Finding of No Significant Impact" as part of a review under the National Environmental Policy Act, according to a statement from Gov. Larry Hogan's office Wednesday.
Visiting Ship's Crew Members Will Be Able To Get A COVID-19 Vaccination At The Port of BaltimoreIn an effort to bolster the state's vaccination efforts, The Maryland Port Administration announced a partnership with the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems to offer the single-dose Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to visiting ship's crew members in the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore.
Cruises May Be Operating By July, If At Least 95% Of Crew & Passengers Are VaccinatedIf you're looking to getaway this summer, cruise ships may be able to head back onto the high seas this July.
EAGLE WATCH: Three Baby Eaglets Spotted In Port Of Baltimore NestThree baby eaglets have been spotted in a nest near the Port of Baltimore.
Port Of Baltimore Finishes Dredging For New Container Ship LocationThe port finished dredging this week to create a second container berth at its Seagirt Marine Terminal.
Environmental Assessment Finds Overhauling Howard Street Tunnel In Baltimore Would Reduce Emissions, Fuel UseThe Howard Street Tunnel is one step closer to an overhaul more than two decades after a frightening derailment and fire.
Despite COVID-19 Pandemic, Port Of Baltimore Sees Cargo Volume ReboundDespite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, cargo volume at the Port of Baltimore was up last month compared to November 2019, the Maryland Port Administration said Wednesday.
Port Of Baltimore Officers Detect Over 150 Stolen Cars In 2020The Port of Baltimore is one of the best for detecting stolen cars being sent overseas. Baltimore field officers intercepted 157 stolen vehicles during the fiscal year 2020.
While Cruise Ships Remain At Shore, Cargo Volume At Port Of Baltimore Rebounding, Port Administration SaysWhile cruise ships have remained off the seas for more than six months due to the coronavirus pandemic, cargo volume at the Port of Baltimore is rebounding, the Maryland Port Administration said Thursday.
MDOT MPA Receives $10M In Federal Funds To Help Protect Port Of Baltimore From Severe Weather, Climate ChangeThe Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration will receive $10 million in federal funds to help protect the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore's Dundalk Marine Terminal against severe weather, sea level rise and other potential climate change impacts.
Baltimore CBP Discovers Nine Asian Gypsy Moth Egg Masses On Four Vehicle Carrier VesselsCustoms and Border Protection agriculture specialists recently discovered nine Asian Gypsy Moth egg masses on four vehicle carrier vessels at the Port of Baltimore.
Port Of Baltimore Getting $10M In Federal Funding To Improve Flood Mitigation SystemsThe Port of Baltimore will get $10 million in federal funding to improve its flood mitigation systems, Baltimore's congressional delegation said Friday.
Port Of Baltimore's July Cargo Numbers Show Signs Of Economic Recovery From Coronavirus Pandemic ImpactThere signs of economic recovery in Maryland, including at the Port of Baltimore.
Port Of Baltimore Sets Record For Most Container Moves From Single ShipIt took longshore workers more than three days to complete more than 5,500 container moves from the Maersk Edinburgh ship at the Port of Baltimore this week, but when they were done, they set a record for the most container moves from a single ship in the port's history.