SHA Responded To 23 Calls For Weather-Related Incidents Wednesday During Heavy RainsThe Maryland State Highway Administration responded to 23 weather-related calls during heavy rainfall Wednesday that caused flash flooding.
Drivers Reminded To Stay Alert As Back-To-School Season NearsThe State Highway Administration and AAA Mid-Atlantic held an event at Summit Park Elementary School in Pikesville Tuesday, stressing the importance of drivers and pedestrians being aware of their surroundings.
Maryland State Highway Administration Has Already Spent $2.1M On Pothole Repairs This Year Pothole problems continue in Maryland, as road crews scramble to keep up with the constant crumble and more drivers are ending up in the shop.
Brine Use In Winter Road Prep Is Good News For Maryland's Streams, RiversThe use of brine to pre-treat roads has been growing, even as the use of old fashioned salt has been decreasing.
1 Person Dead, SHA Worker Injured In I-695 CollisionOne person died and one State Highway Administration worker was injured in a two-vehicle collision Wednesday night in Baltimore County.
Highway Worker Killed In Pasadena CrashAn alarming and deadly trend. A highway worker killed on the job in a construction zone. Police believe there is a possibility the driver wasn't paying attention.
SHA: Major Delays Expected On Reisterstown Road For 6 WeeksThe State Highway Administration announced Thursday it would be shutting down lanes on Reisterstown Road (MD 140) for six weeks, while it replaces a deteriorated culvert.
21 Short Bridges In Carroll County To Be InspectedOfficials say 21 bridges in Carroll County that are too short to get federal funding will be inspected through a deal between the county and the state.
Archaeological Dig Uncovers Herring Run Park's PastBeneath the tall trees and wildflowers of Baltimore's Herring Run Park, the ground holds clues to the city's distant past.
Head Of State Highway Administration ResignsThe head of the State Highway Administration has resigned to spend more time with her family.
66-Year SHA Employee Captures History Through The LensHe's been on the job in Maryland for 66 years and he's the state's longest serving employee.
State Officials Urge Motorists To Stay Off Roads; Tuesday Commute Likely TreacherousA winter storm is rapidly getting worse across central Maryland. A large number of schools have already closed for Tuesday. Roads are already very treacherous in some places.
Highway Officials Tackle Snow, Sleet & Slick RoadsSome messy weather in Maryland, and more may be on the way. Weekend drivers: beware.
Costco Seeks Md. County Warehouse Expansion, Creating JobsFrederick County officials say Costco Wholesale Corp. wants to triple the size of a warehouse near Monrovia, creating as many as 200 jobs.
$1.7M Little Patuxent River Restoration To Help Trap Pollutants Often solving a big problem means tackling a lot of smaller ones first.