Baltimore drivers be warned: Automated camera fines are returning to I-95 next week, and fines from cameras on city streets aren’t far off.
It always breaks your heart to see a poster for a missing dog or cat that likely just wants to get back to its owner. This week, employees at the Maryland Transportation felt a similar tug on their heartstrings upon finding a stuffed toy dog on southbound I-95 just before the Fort McHenry Tunnel.
Just over a week before Christmas, Baltimore resident Clinton Worrell, Jr., was killed when a fuel truck he was operating slid off the road on I-95 coming into Baltimore. In the aftermath, a Chicago man, thinking of the late driver’s family, decided to start a fundraiser to help them get by.
Picture this: You’re driving along the interstate with a skyline view of Baltimore to your right when, out of nowhere, a car being operated by no one in particular pops up in the lane to your left.
A Saturday evening traffic stop on I-95 in Baltimore County led state police to catch a man who they say had five trash bags stuffed with marijuana stashed in his car.
The other night, I arrived at BWI and made the mistake of driving into the city via I-95. Readers, learn from my error!
I never thought I’d say this sentence, but: I can’t wait to go visit the Maryland House.
If you’ve ever gone on a family road trip that involved a traffic slog up or down I-95, you know the Maryland House I’m talking about. As the Baltimore Sun notes, it’s one of the most frequented travel plazas in the country, and as such often featured long lines, stressed employees, and a generally hectic atmosphere. But that’s all in the past (I hope). Roadtrippers take note: the Maryland House has just undergone a $30 million makeover. And it sounds FANCY.