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Cuts to transportation, increased education spending, and a structural budget deficit put pressure on budgets and local governments.

Decision to cut $3.3 billion has some officials spitballing solutions even as angst grows over a coming budget challenge and increased education funding requirements.

Although some maintenance will be delayed, maintenance to improve safety will be prioritized, transportation secretary said.

More than three dozen people died in Maryland last month as the result of motor vehicle crashes in the state. The new data from…

Maryland’s Department of Transportation is facing billions in cuts to address shortfalls that will squeeze operations and construction budgets. State officials spent the better…

Transportation officials reboot conversation with the public over widening of the Capital Beltway and portions of I-270 and a new American Legion Bridge.

A highway work zone safety task force calls for increased fines, enforcement, public awareness campaigns and a mascot in an effort to reduce deaths.

An interim report by the Transportation Revenue and Infrastructure Needs Committee will attempt to make some early proposals to bolster state’s Transportation Trust Fund.

There will be three open houses at three different locations along the I-270 corridor during the month of November.

Southern Maryland Rapid Transit could have a transformative effect on the region’s future quality of life.