AAA Projects Highest No. Of Md. Drivers For Memorial Day Weekend In A Decade PlusMemorial day weekend is here And thousands of Marylanders are heading out of town.
Zika Cases on Rise Concern Md. TravelersWith local mosquitoes transmitting the virus, it's a new concern for Miami Beach which sees nearly 80-million tourists a year.
BWI Reports Record Number Of TravelersHistoric numbers at BWI Thurgood Marshall. This past fiscal year saw the largest numbers of passengers travel through the airport since it began keeping records.
Weekend Riders To Wait Longer For Metro TrainsMetro says riders will wait longer for some trains this weekend while the agency performs weekend work.
Frequent Flyers, Rejoice! Southwest Joins TSA's Pre-Check ProgramAirline travel is about to get easier for millions of Americans. This week, Southwest announced it's joining the TSA's pre-check program.
NE Storm Causing Travel Troubles At BWIThe winter storm continues to cause several delays on the roads, in the air and on the railways.
For Travelers, Sandy's Aggravation Spans GlobeSuperstorm Sandy grounded more than 15,000 flights. Will people start driving?
Md. Reports Nearly 7 Percent Visitor IncreaseMore people are visiting Maryland.
Virtual Assistant Joins Dulles International AirportTravelers going through Dulles International Airport in the Washington area are being greeted by a life-size hologram helper.
Optimism Seen For Maryland 2012 Beach SeasonThe head of a think tank at Salisbury University says the value-conscious mind-set of beachgoers could be changing.
Travelers On Easter Weekend Brace For $4 A Gallon Gas PricesJust in time for a heavy-travel holiday weekend, gas prices hit a painful $4 a gallon in Maryland. WJZ hit the roads and found that the high cost of fuel is forcing many to change their plans.
2 D.C. Airports Offer Free Internet For TravelersTravelers now have free wireless Internet access at Reagan National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia.
Measles-Infected Traveler Visited BWIPublic health officials are warning travelers and workers present at four U.S. airports on two recent days that they may have been exposed to measles from a traveler arriving from London.