When a public hearing began Wednesday night for a resolution to sync up all of Baltimore’s traffic lights before the city’s “Don’t Block the Box” traffic-enforcement program takes effect, Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young and Department of Transportation officials didn’t appear to be on the same page about the penalties.
Maryland’s governor is banking on the Beltway and outer interstates as the keys to improving commuter transportation in Maryland.
Continuing his fascination with transportation technology, Gov. Larry Hogan announced new funding on Wednesday for software-controlled traffic lights.
As promised, traffic enforcement cameras are back in Baltimore.
Return of the Fines: I-95 Speed Cams Start Ticketing Next Monday, and Citation Amounts Revealed for Baltimore’s Revived Traffic Camera Program
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.
With two of our nation’s military academies set to face off on the gridiron at M&T Bank Stadium tomorrow afternoon and the president-elect scheduled to pay the city a visit, Baltimore is abuzz with all kinds of feelings.
Another sinkhole popped up in Mt. Vernon last night, this one about a block west of the Washington Monument at the center of the historic neighborhood.
Does this ever happen to you?
You are sitting at a red light in morning traffic, half-listening to the news on the radio, half-trying to decide how to juggle the elements of an ordinary day: the meetings, the appointments, the overscheduled children, the dirty house, the dreaded phone calls: the insurance company, the plumber, the cable provider. Which to do first, which second, which can be put off, which to axe entirely — oh wait, you need some cash, and there’s an ATM in the next block, should you stop now or get cash at the grocery store later —
and click, something shifts.
I hope you’ve already made your commute by the time you read this post–because if you haven’t, you might be tempted to just stay home.