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Walk Smart, Bike Smart, Drive Smart!


The Town of Ocean City as well as State and local partners are joining together to remind visitors and residents to: Walk Smart, Bike Smart and Drive Smart. The Walk Smart mascot (on the left) was introduced during the 2015 campaign launch at the end of June. The ongoing effort combines engineering, education and enforcement to save lives and prevent injuries along Ocean City roadways. 

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Gov. Hogan Announces $1.97 Billion in Transportation Funding

Gov. Hogan Announces $1.97 Billion in Transportation Funding


Following through on his campaign pledge to provide funding for highways and state-owned local roads, Governor Larry Hogan announced $1.97 billion for highways and bridges from Western Maryland to the Eastern Shore.
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Gov. Hogan Announces $1.97 Billion in Transportation Funding

Changing Maryland: Supporting Economic Development


SHA recently changed our review procedures for businesses with proposed building developments that require access to state roads.  SHA now provides stakeholders a local point of contact to facilitate issue resolution, reduce the review time and support economic development. 


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E-Road Ready Brochure Lists Major Highway Projects


The annual e-Road Ready construction brochure is available to help motorists navigate hundreds of work zones in Maryland this summer. "In addition to other information sources such as MD 511, e-Road Ready is a useful tool to safely guide motorists around construction zones and reduce time sitting in traffic,” says SHA Administrator Melinda B. Peters.
 

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SHA Uses Innovative "Zipper" Barrier


As part of the MD 140 Bridge reconstruction at the Baltimore - Carroll county line, SHA needs to temporarily reduce the travel lanes across the bridge from four to three. To avoid excessive traffic back-ups, SHA is using a movable barrier and signal system to provide a reversible lane. By using a “zipper-like” barrier, SHA can better accommodate the most-heavily traveled direction of traffic and enhance safety in a limited size work zone.
 

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