Maryland Department of Transportation

Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Secretary Pete K. Rahn recently hosted a kickoff workshop for Opportunity MDOT, a first-of-its-kind program to maximize economic empowerment of small and disadvantaged businesses (DBE) throughout the state.

The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) and concessionaire Purple Line Transit Partners celebrated the completion of the framework of the 170,000-sq.-ft. operations and maintenance facility (OMF). "This is a key milestone for the Purple Line," said Charles Lattuca, MDOT MTA executive director of transit development and delivery.

The Federal Highway Administration and the Maryland Department of Transportation made available on April 17 a 505-page draft version of an environmental assessment for the proposed Washington D.C., to Baltimore Loop Project — the first step in a joint federal-state review of what the U.S.

The Hogan Administration announced on June 15, the investment of an additional $890 million to extend the northbound I-95 Express Toll Lanes (ETL). The expanded $1.1 billion project will now provide two ETLs for more than 10 mi. from north of MD 43 in Baltimore County to north of MD 24 in Harford County.

Delivering on his commitment to provide innovative transportation solutions for all of Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan announced on Dec. 19 $461 million in new traffic relief initiatives for the Baltimore region, including adding lanes to 27 mi. of highway to alleviate congestion on the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) and I-95.

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) completed its annual Consolidated Transportation Plan (CTP) tour of the state's 23 counties and Baltimore City to discuss transportation priorities. The Hogan Administration's investment of $14.7 billion in Maryland's transportation network was briefed to citizens, county leaders and local officials over the course of six weeks to ensure transparency and dialogue with the customers who are affected by MDOT SHA projects in their region.

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) has closed the MD 355 (Urbana Pike) Bridge over the Monocacy River in Frederick County after it was struck by a commercial vehicle. The closure will last up to 60 days as crews repair the damage to assure safety of the structure.

The Hogan Administration recently announced plans for an international industry forum to be held by the Maryland Department of Transportation on Dec. 13 at the BWI Marriott about Maryland's transformational Traffic Relief Plan (TRP) unveiled mid-September.

Gov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh launched the $27.3 million “North Avenue Rising” project to add key transportation and infrastructure improvements to revitalize the North Avenue Corridor in Baltimore. Hogan, Pugh, Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Secretary Pete K.

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) is using an innovative approach to maintain traffic during the construction of a bridge replacement project in Hereford, Md., in Baltimore County. The contract calls for the replacement of the two-lane MD 137 (Mt.

A month ahead of schedule, the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) recently completed the $12 million rehabilitation of the historic arch bridge that carries MD 195 (Carroll Avenue) over the Sligo Creek Parkway.