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Road worker crushed and killed by concrete lane barrier

Road worker crushed and killed by concrete lane barrier

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Jan 20, 2015

  A construction worker was killed in an odd and tragic accident last week in Maryland when he was killed by ...

Construction worker killed by compact roller

Construction worker killed by compact roller

Posted by Brian Ethridge on Oct 06, 2014

A construction worker in Sparks, Maryland has been killed in an accident that caused a compact roller to roll over ...

Failed construction signs confuse drivers, causes traffic jams

Failed construction signs confuse drivers, causes...

Posted by Brian Ethridge on Sep 03, 2014

  Drivers heading northbound on Interstate 95 in Baltimore, Maryland, found themselves confused and sitting in traffic after the Maryland Transportation ...

Opinion: Sinkholes and bridge closures, and how they relate to the highway fund shortage

Opinion: Sinkholes and bridge closures, and how they...

Posted by Amanda Bayhi on Jun 06, 2014

Two news stories in particular have me thinking of what our nation will look like without a Highway Trust Fund ...

Maryland SHA seeks non-traditional project proposals

Maryland SHA seeks non-traditional project proposals

Posted by Amanda Bayhi on Apr 21, 2014

The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) is seeking proposals for projects that would be funded through the Transportation Alternatives Program ...

Lawmakers, experts discuss solutions, stress urgent need for stable, increased highway funding

Lawmakers, experts discuss solutions, stress urgent...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Nov 22, 2013

Over half of the highway miles traveled in the United States are on roads in less than good condition, said ...

Delaware Turnpike turns 50 years old

Delaware Turnpike turns 50 years old

Posted by Amanda Bayhi on Nov 12, 2013

Interstate 95, previously known as the Delaware Turnpike, will celebrate its 50th anniversary on Thursday. According to the Delaware Department of ...

FHWA deploys bridge-inspecting robots

FHWA deploys bridge-inspecting robots

Posted by Amanda Bayhi on May 17, 2013

The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is deploying a robot to help inspect the safety and structure ...

Two-thirds of Americans likely to say “no” to gas tax as transportation funding

Two-thirds of Americans likely to say “no”...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Apr 24, 2013

According to a report from our sister site Better Roads citing a recent Gallup poll, two-thirds of Americans would oppose ...

Maryland senate panel members express concerns about use of gas tax funds

Maryland senate panel members express concerns about...

Posted by Amanda Bayhi on Mar 27, 2013

On Tuesday, members of the Maryland Senate Budget and Taxation Committee questioned whether money from a proposed increase in the ...

Maryland light rail projects expected to create 7,000 construction jobs

Maryland light rail projects expected to create 7,000...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Mar 18, 2013

Two Baltimore light rail projects are expected to create nearly 7,000 construction jobs in the area and state officials are ...

Maryland Gov. proposes fuel tax changes to fund transportation projects

Maryland Gov. proposes fuel tax changes to fund...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Mar 12, 2013

Maryland is the latest state looking to use the fuel tax as a way to fund transportation infrastructure projects. Recently, Gov. ...

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