Posts Tagged ‘Transportation’
Smile: That School Bus May Be Watching You
School districts on Delmarva that did not start the new school year before Labor Day are doing so this week.
AAA Projects Busiest Labor Day Travel Weekend Since 2019
Labor Day weekend travel volume is expected to return to pre-pandemic levels, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic. Travel was also at a three-year high over the Independence Day…Read More
School Bus Safety Stressed as New Academic Year Begins
Stay alert, and look out for one another…
That’s the message being delivered to motorists and pedestrians with a new school…Read More
DelDOT Plans to Replace Woodland Ferry Captain House
DelDOT plans to replace the Woodland Ferry Captain House next year.
The facility is a former residence. It was most recently…Read More
New Look for Somerset St. in Ocean City
Work has been completed on a streetscape project on Somerset Street in Ocean City.
Somerset Street now has new brick sidewalks,…Read More
Georgetown East Gateway Overhaul Completed
Route 1 At Route 16 To Become Grade-Separated Intersection
The intersection of Route 1 and Route 16 is getting a major overhaul.
Ground has been broken for construction of a grade separated interchange. The current signaled intersection…
Reaching The Beach: More Funding Announced For MD 90 Project
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Monday announced that $15-million will be allocated to move the Maryland Route 90 project forward. The funding will enable the Maryland Department of…Read More
VIDEO | Md. Launches $28 Million Chesapeake Bay Crossing Tier 2 Study
Maryland is launching a $28-million Bay Crossing Tier Two Study.
Governor Larry Hogan said Friday that this phase will study the new Bay Bridge Crossing, and it will…
It’s Ocean City Air Show Weekend – That Means Many Traffic Complications
An announcement courtesy of the Town of Ocean City:
The Town of Ocean City would like to remind our residents…Read More
Rehoboth Park & Ride To Be Modernized With Grant Support
The Rehoboth Beach Park & Ride will be modernized in support of DART’s efforts to move to zero-emissions buses, thanks in part to a Federal Transit Administration…Read More
Lewes Line Begins Service at 8:30 Monday Morning
The Mayor and Council of Lewes will kick off the Lewes Line Monday morning at 8:30 at the Cape May-Lewes…Read More
AAA: High Gas Prices Won’t Hold Back Memorial Day Travel Plans Of Delawareans
Expensive gas will not keep more than 123,000 Delawareans from traveling 50miles or more over Memorial Day weekend, according to a projection released Thursday by AAA Mid-Atlantic.
It’s Bike To Work Week 2022
You may encounter more cyclists on the roads this week.
It is Bike to Work Week, and the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration said there may…
Ferry Upgrades Detailed In DRBA Capital Improvement Plan
Several infrastructure-related projects at the Cape May – Lewes Ferry are addressed in the Delaware River and Bay Authority’s 2022 Capital Improvement Program and Five-Year Strategic Plan.
Woodland Ferry Will Not Operate This Weekend
The Woodland Ferry will not be in service on Christmas day as well as on Sunday.
According to DelDOT, operations are…Read More
Ferry Installs Electric Vehicle Charging Stations At Cape May Terminal
Electric vehicle owners can get a charge at the Cape May – Lewes Ferry terminal in Cape May.
Two new dual-port…Read More
Gov. Carney Releases Delaware Climate Action Plan
Del. Faces Shortage Of School Bus Drivers
Delaware school bus drivers are in demand, with a new school year just weeks away.
According to the Delaware Department of…Read More
Sussex County’s 1st Transportation Improvement District Is Approved
After seven years of discussion, the Henlopen Transportation Improvement District has been approved by members of Sussex County Council.
Maryland Transportation Officials Tracking 2 Storms Today & Tuesday
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) is tracking two storms that will impact the state beginning later today and again Tuesday afternoon. Crews are…Read More
Maryland’s Move Over Law Expands to Other Vehicles
Maryland’s expanded “Move Over Law” has gone into effect as of, Monday, October 1st, and expands to other vehicles. The law will now also apply to transportation, service…Read More