Government, Traffic

Councilman Marks: Resurfacing of Belair Road to begin in May, Joppa Road a top priority

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Friday that the Maryland State Highway Administration had begun patching portions of Belair Road from I-695 to Still Meadow Drive. The improvements precede a resurfacing of the corridor that is expected to begin in May. Additionally, county crews will begin their work soon on local resurfacing projects. While the list has not been …


Government, Traffic

Councilman Marks: Repairs made to traffic light in northern Perry Hall

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks reported on Friday morning that repairs have been made to a traffic signal in northern Perry Hall. Councilman Marks asked the Maryland State Highway Administration to review the signal at the Perry Hall North Shopping Center near Belair Road and Chapel Road. The letter back from the state reads as follows: Dear Councilman Marks: Thank …


Residents encouraged to report potholes to MDOT SHA

NOTTINGHAM, MD – The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration is actively patrolling for potholes on Maryland’s State-numbered roads and interstates. This year’s pothole season is off to a busy start as crews are performing mobile pothole patrols to repair these nemeses. With saturated grounds from record-setting precipitation from 2018 and continuing into 2019, and the freeze/thaw cycle that is …

Snow Emergency Plan now in effect for Baltimore, Harford Counties

As a winter storm whips its way through Maryland, officials are taking extra precautions. The Maryland State Police in conjunction with local agencies and the State Highway Administration have implemented the Snow Emergency Plan in Baltimore County and in Harford County. This plan is to assist the State Highway Administration in snow clearing operations throughout the county. Effective immediately, all vehicles …

New traffic light to be installed in Middle River

A new traffic light will soon be installed in the Middle River area, thanks to a recent study. On Monday evening, Councilwoman Cathy Bevins announced that the State Highway Administration had completed its study on the intersection of Route 43 and Campbell Boulevard. The SHA has approved the installation of a fully-functional traffic light at the intersection. There has been …