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Traffic control signs to warn drivers and protect workers were not posted near the work zone where the highway workers were killed.

More than 100 advocacy organizations had a hand in the new document calling for action on a variety of fronts.

Cycling trails, electric street sweepers and EV charging stations are among the ideas.

The Transportation Security Administration said that the airport’s original record was 35 at the end of last year.

Prince George’s and Community College of Baltimore County receive federal grants for Commercial Driver’s License programs.

Last month, a high-ranking state lawmaker suggested a request that a state auditor look into whether the contract was awarded properly ‘merits scrutiny.’

Senate president addresses multiple issues in speech before Democratic political club.

Jay’s parents had no idea their son was riding on top of trains and wanted to bring awareness to the dangers exposed to children on social media. Their efforts have reached the halls of Congress.

Highway safety workgroup considers increased fines, more speed cameras and more day-time construction activity in effort to reduce injuries and deaths.

The previous procurement for the lucrative deal, valued at millions of dollars, was halted soon after Gov. Wes Moore (D) took office, following complaints by some companies interested in the contract.