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Maryland State Highway Administration
Latest Maryland State Highway Administration Items
Transportation officials in Maryland are preparing for snow.
Snow and sleet from a powerful winter storm wreaked havoc around the D.C. area on Sunday, prompting the early closure of the National Zoo, canceling holiday events and causing numerous car crashes on area roads.
Maneuvering a 30-ton snowplow with 12-foot shovels can be a daunting task — even when there's not a flake of snow on the ground.
Speed-camera salesmen are finding it tougher to get away with the usual platitudes about the reliability of their products.
Maryland's highway construction zone speed camera program is run by a contractor that was inadequately vetted and uses equipment that was not calibrated before it went into operation, possibly resulting in more than $850,000 in potential revenue lost for the state, according to an audit released Tuesday.
National Weather Service officials are predicting savage weather conditions for the next 72 hours, warning residents to stay home to avoid blistering winds and heavy rainfall.
The Maryland State Highway Administration says crashes, fatalities and injuries in highway work zones are at a 10-year low.
Violent storms last month and a deadly incident two weeks ago are amplifying the danger presented by falling trees and tree limbs, which can be a hazard to houses, cars, people and power lines.
Bruce May got nabbed twice in recent weeks by Howard County speed cameras.