The governor of Virginia has thrown a new wrinkle into a Maryland debate by calling for abolition of the commonwealth's gas tax and increasing the sales tax to pay for roads and transit – a move that would alter the competitive balance between the two states.
Motorists who use Falls Road in Mount Washington are being advised by city transportation officials to take alternate roads Thursday and Friday to avoid emergency utility repair work.
The most disruptive phase of the project to rebuild the bridge south of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel toll plaza is expected to begin Saturday and continue for two weeks.
The Maryland Transportation Authority is upgrading its early warning weather system for the Bay Bridge, allowing it to close the span more quickly when strong gusts hit instead of waiting for sustained winds.
A total of 2.18 million commercial passengers used Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in June, an increase of 2.9 percent over June 2011, the state announced Monday.
BWI Marshall Airport has received a $12 million grant from the Department of Transportation to help pay for repaving of its longest runway, members of Maryland's congressional delegation announced Wednesday.
Wilkens Avenue at the Baltimore Beltway will be subject to overnight lane closures and shutdowns this week as construction crews erect steel girders for the new interchange bridge.
StormCenter Communications puts emergency managers and government officials on the same page during times of crisis with cloud-based technology.
The Maryland Transit Administration is receiving a $40 million grant to replace the aging Kirk bus depot in East Baltimore with a "green complex," U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced Monday morning
A week after heralding the arrival of two airlines to the fold, BWI Marshall Airport is dealing with the loss of Southwest Airlines' three daily nonstop flights to New York's LaGuardia Airport.
Highway crews are scheduled to complete work Monday night on a temporary patch of eastbound U.S. 50 that was buckled by 11 days of intense heat.
Critics say businesses that cater to tubers on the Big Gunpowder Falls are creating "a super-highway of tubing," defiled by trash and noise that is ruining an area designated by the state as wild land and recognized by national fishing groups as a blue-ribbon trout stream.
The body of a Virginia man thrown from a small boat on the Chesapeake Bay during last Friday's powerful storm was recovered Sunday evening off Calvert County by Maryland Natural Resources Police.
Several hundred who marked Flag Day in Baltimore by gathering to marry a piece of the banner Pickersgill was commissioned to make by the U.S. Army for the War of 1812 with the National 9/11 Flag.
For the first time in nearly two decades, Southwest Airlines, the biggest commercial carrier at BWI Marshall Airport, does not sit atop the annual American Customer Satisfaction Index.
State transportation officials will temporarily close two bridges as a precaution as a ship carrying large cranes passes beneath on its way to the port of Baltimore.
Cars began lining up before 7 a.m. to get into the parking lots at M&T Bank Stadium for the shuttle bus ride to Fort McHenry and the Blue Angels air show.
A delicate maritime ballet in two acts will play out Wednesday afternoon in the Chesapeake Bay as tugboats muscle a cargo ship carrying four supersized cranes under the Bay Bridge and then the Key Bridge on the way to the port of Baltimore.
A dramatic air show by the Blue Angels marked the crescendo of festivities for the Star-Spangled Sailabration from Fort McHenry to Fells Point on Saturday.
A welcoming wind and warm sunshine greeted the first ships arriving at Baltimore's Inner Harbor just after 8 a.m. for the weeklong commemoration of the War of 1812.
Work has begun on a $100 million upgrade of the oldest portion of BWI to streamline security screening and allow passengers to move among the three busiest concourses without having to pass through security a second time.
A one-year investigation by a team of federal safety inspectors has closed 26 bus operations as "imminent hazards," including one that operated illegally in Maryland and another that ran 16 daily trips between Baltimore and New York City.
Q&A with Helen Delich Bentley, who believes U.S. lost upper hand in merchant shipping by not pursuing nuclear-powered commercial vessels like the N/S Savannah.
The owner of an Anne Arundel County trucking company put out of business last year by federal safety officials has filed for bankruptcy protection again, listing more than $3.3 million in debt.
City to begin work this fall on a section of the Inner Harbor promenade near the Four Seasons hotel; will give public waterfront access at Harbor East.
The Bay Bridge is the largest potential bottleneck for the Memorial Day weekend, with more than 1.8 million motorists expected to swarm Maryland toll facilities from Friday to Monday as part of the unofficial start of summer.
For eight years, the job of embroidering the Preakness Stakes saddle cloths for horses like I'll Have Another has belonged to CDK Embroidery, a small shop in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
State Police and other Maryland law enforcement agencies conducted a truck safety dragnet, pulling hundreds of tractor-trailers off the Capital Beltway for inspection in a parking lot at FedEx Field.
Just 2 1/2 hours after accident on the inner loop of Interstate 695 near U.S. 1, state highway crews clear and reopen all four lanes after a tractor-trailer truck overturned, dumping its load of lumber across the highway.
Cargo traffic at the Port of Baltimore grew 15 percent last year, the greatest increase of any major U.S. port. The public and private terminals moved 37.8 million tons valued at more than $51.4 billion, a 24 percent increase over 2010.
One lane in each direction of the Jones Falls Expressway near 29th Street will be shut down on Friday evening while crews make emergency repairs to clogged and collapsed drainage pipes.
Some 100 Joppa residents were evacuated from their homes Sunday afternoon as a brush fire burned just over 18 acres in the area of Dembytown and Trimble roads.
A federal judge in Baltimore has awarded $462,500 to a low-level merchant officer who alerted Coast Guard inspectors that his cargo ship was intentionally polluting the high seas.
The third-generation owner of Maryland's oldest tackle shop (96 years and counting) talks about survival in a world of big-box stores, how the business has changed and how long he can keep the doors open on his family's Fells Point store.
Members of the recreated 4th Legionary Corp will garrison at Fort Frederick and demonstrate the life of Continental soldiers during the American War of Independence.
Tim Johnson's Ride on Washington is a grueling five-day, 500-mile bicycling event from Boston to Washington, D.C., that raises funds for the Bikes Belong, a group that advocates bicycle safety and bike programs for children. Johnson hopes to raise $100,000 for the group.
State transportation officials are conducting a study, with preliminary results due next month, on whether it would be safe to raise the 55 mph limit on the Inter-County Connector between Gaithersburg and Laurel.
CSX Corp. announced plans Thursday to recruit employees for more than 140 positions in Maryland in 2012. The new employees will be based primarily in Baltimore and Cumberland.
A preliminary report by the Maryland Transportation Authority has concluded that converting seven toll plazas to all-electronic toll collection is feasible but would cost as much as $180 million to implement.
Three boaters were rescued Monday evening from Middle River by Natural Resources Police after their small boat capsized in choppy, wind-swept water, the agency reported.
Construction of the final segment of the Intercounty Connector, the state's first all-electronic toll road, is scheduled to begin this spring.
To pay for waterway improvements and maritime safety efforts, state natural resources officials are proposing to increase boating registration fees for the first time in nearly three decades.
When the U.S. bobsled and skeleton program looked to rebound from a disastrous 2006 Winter Olympics, help came from an unusual place not known for cold weather: Baltimore