Traffic: Two More Road Projects Set To Get Underway In BaltimoreDrivers in parts of Baltimore will see more orange barrels going up in the coming days as crews begin work on two more road projects.
Howard County Lane Addition Project To Begin In AprilCommuters may find some relief when driving through Columbia as a new lane will be added to westbound Snowden River Parkway in the Village of Owen Brown in Columbia during the beginning of April.
I-95 Construction About To Cause Problems For DriversPhase two of a major construction project is creating more headaches and congestion for drivers. The $64 million project is shutting down sections of I-95.
Delays Expected During Orioles Opening Day TravelThe Orioles home opener is one day away and highway officials are advising motorists to experience higher than normal traffic on I-95/I-395.
895 Bridge Construction About To Snarl Traffic For YearsA multi-million dollar bridge expansion on one of the state's busiest highways could tie up traffic for years. When it's over, the state says a 60-year-old bridge on I-895 will be brand new.
Reisterstown Road To Shut Down For Major UpgradesA two-year shutdown for one of Baltimore's most-traveled roads. When it reopens, Reisterstown Road will have a new look.
JFX Construction Set To Begin Monday NightDrivers beware. Construction on the JFX is set to start Monday night and several closures could cause delays and backups.
Baltimore City To Improve Roads Around The Port To Ease Travel For Residents, Commercial VehiclesBaltimore City is making a major investment in its roads around the Port of Baltimore. The plan would make travel easier and safer for those living in the area.
Lane Closures Begin On The JFXThe daily commute is about to get a lot worse for thousands of people who use the JFX to get into downtown Baltimore. Lane closures are in effect.
Officials: Be Prepared For Road Construction This SummerAs the summer months draw closer, some drivers are already charting trips to their vacations. But there's a warning from state highway workers.