Get ready for traffic to pick back up as part of “September Shock”


Next week marks the beginning of what area traffic experts have dubbed “September Shock,” the month-long phenomenon in which traffic delays on the region’s roadways bounce back in a big way from their annual summertime lull. This jump is one of the most predictable and pronounced traffic events of the year, according to a recent…

Change things up. Go car free or car-lite Sept. 22!

How will you get to work on Thursday, September 22? Will you drive? Take transit? Bicycle or walk? How about those non-work trips, like errands, meeting up with friends, picking up the kids, or grocery shopping? If any of your plans might involve grabbing your keys and turning the ignition switch on a car, truck,…

These newly funded bicycle and pedestrian projects in Maryland will advance regional priorities

Five bicycle and pedestrian projects in Maryland set to receive $1.1 million in federal funding will advance several key regional transportation priorities, including expanding travel options, connecting and strengthening Activity Centers, and serving disadvantaged communities. The projects were recently selected and approved for funding by the TPB, in partnership with the Maryland State Highway Administration….