Gregory C. Johnson Named SHA Administrator
Governor Larry Hogan has announced that Gregory C. Johnson, a 32-year highway veteran, has been appointed administrator of the State Highway Administration. Johnson comes to SHA from the Michigan Department of Transportation where he serves multiple roles as chief operations officer, chief engineer and deputy director.
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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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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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Motorists Should 'Share the Road' With Motorcyclists
The U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reminds all drivers of cars, trucks and buses to look out for, and share the road with, motorcycle riders. A motorcyclist has the same rights, privileges, and responsibilities as any other motorist on the roadway.
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Most Roads Maintained by Local Jurisdictions
SHA owns and maintains non-toll, numbered roads (Interstate, U.S. and MD – examples I-495, US 1 and MD 100) in Maryland's 23 counties. SHA does not maintain any roads in Baltimore City or any county/municipal roads. Please contact local jurisdictions directly for quicker resolution of your service request. Please visit the link below for contact information. In Baltimore City you may call 311.