Visiting The Beach? Advice: Arrive Early, Stay Late

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Motorists traveling to or through Maryland over Independence Day weekend should be prepared to share the roadways with plenty of other drivers… as well as pedestrians and cyclists. The Maryland State Highway Administration said Thursday that non-emergency lane and shoulder closures in high-volume areas will be suspended between Friday and Wednesday. MDOT SHA plans to deploy…

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Cheswick The Crab Promotes Safety On OC Roads

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Cheswick the Crab is on the move, spreading an important message about pedestrian, vehicular and bicycle safety as the summer season gets underway. The mascot and safety ambassadors from the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration are distributing free copies of Cheswick the Crab and the Smart Summer today (Friday) near the Boardwalk Tram…

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Travel discouraged, but if you go here’s what to know

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Marylanders have been urged to stay home for the holidays in an attempt to curtail the spread of COVID-19, but for people who are traveling, the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration joins Governor Larry Hogan in urging that trips be kept to essential purposes only, and that you should bring along face coverings…

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S. Salisbury Blvd. Improvements Completed

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A project to improve sidewalks and stormwater facilities on South Salisbury Boulevard has been completed. According to the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration, the project cost $8.6-million and results in a safer environment for motorists and passengers, on the portion of Business Route 13 between South Boulevard and Calvert Street. It’s part of…

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