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The Board of Public Works voted Wednesday to approve $150 million in contracts that could one day lead to a widening of the American…

A decades old system for providing state aid to local projects could be overhauled by a blue ribbon commission.

Moving to a surcharge based on the number of miles driven is one change the state’s new Transportation Revenue and Infrastructure Needs Commission could recommend.


‘Inherited mistake’ in traffic predictions for highway expansion project should be fixed, advocate writes.

The proposed project extends along a 6.5-mile stretch from the George Washington Memorial Parkway to the western spur of I-270.

The final rule transforms how prevailing wages, or the hourly rate of wages paid to workers in a given area, are calculated. They were last changed during the Reagan administration.

Panel to ponder new ways of paying for highway and transit projects.

The Maryland Department of Transportation may be considering changes, but that won’t alter the project’s fundamental problems.

Senate President weighs in on BGE controversy State Senate President Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) and the delegates from his legislative district are weighing in…

No new long-haul flights from DCA, U.S. House votes.