Baltimore County Offers Free Grocery Shuttle ServiceBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced on Wednesday the creation of a free grocery shuttle service in the southeast part of the county.
E-ZPass Backlog Creates Call Center Traffic JamThe Maryland Transportation Authority has been receiving an unprecedented amount of phone calls following the ongoing processing of deferred tolls.
Highway Safety Advocacy Group Calling For New Attention To Fatal Crashes Putting Kids At RiskWith Child Passenger Safety Week starting Sunday, the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety said more attention needs to be paid to the increase of motor vehicle crash fatalities because children are at increased risk.
Annapolis Mayor Pledges To Assist Schools With Bus Driver ShortageAnnapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley on Thursday said his office is working to find solutions to the bus driver shortage after parents began calling city hall.
Maryland, National Gas Prices Dropped Slightly Last Week, AAA Says
Maryland Gas Prices Fluctuate As Demand Increases And Crude Oil Prices Drop, AAA SaysGas prices at Maryland pumps have fluctuated last week as demand increases and crude oil prices drop, AAA Mid-Atlantic said in a statement.
Baltimore City To Resume Pre-Pandemic Parking EnforcementParking enforcement is set to get back to normal in Baltimore, the city Department of Transportation announced Wednesday.
Parts Of Westbound Lanes On Moravia Road To Close Temporarily For Road RepairsParts of the westbound lanes on Moravia Road will be closed for two weeks starting Monday, weather permitting, for concrete repair road work, the Baltimore City Department of Transportation said.
Maryland Drivers See Week Of Price Increases At The Gas PumpThere's been no price break at the gas pump for Maryland drivers. We've seen increases across the state this past week.
MARC Train Delays Reported As Severe Weather Moves Through MarylandMaryland Transit Administration is reporting delays on the Brunswick and Camden MARC train lines Thursday evening as severe weather moves through the region.
MTA To Start Enhanced Bus Routes To Job Centers, End Express Bus SurchargeThe Maryland Transit Administration will launch bus route improvements it said will support job centers at Tradepoint Atlantic and Cockeysville, create a new Express BusLink between west Baltimore and Tradepoint Atlantic and end a surcharge for express bus riders, according to an agency statement Friday. The changes go into effect Aug. 29.
E-Scooter Service Aims To LINK Residents And Affordable TransportationJoining the ranks of SPIN, LIME and JUMP, here's LINK, a new player in the micro-mobility game in Baltimore. Painted silver and bright yellow, they're hard to miss. LINK e-scooters, the newest scooter in hit the streets in Baltimore.
SHA To Continue Widening of Baltimore Beltway In Catonsville MondayThe Maryland State Highway Administration will close a shoulder or a single lane along the Inner and Outer loops of the Baltimore Beltway, also known as Interstate 695, between Baltimore National Pike, or Route 40, and Frederick Road, next week.
LINK E-Scooter Service To Launch In Baltimore July 15Baltimore residents and visitors will have a new way to get around the city when Superpedestrian launches its LINK e-scooter service July 15, following approval from the City Council.
Charm City Circulator To Resume Normal Hours At Full Capacity On June 7The Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced that the Charm City Circulator and Harbor Connector Taxi Service will resume normal hours of operation beginning June 7.