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Work Zone Safety


Maryland is observing April as Work Zone Safety Awareness Month. The theme “Safer Driving. Safer Work Zones. For Everyone.” underscores the important role that drivers play in work zones.

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SHA's Adopt-A-Highway Program Remains Popular


Your group or family can show your community pride by adopting a stretch of highway to help keep clean. Please visit the link below to learn how to get involved in SHA's Adopt-A-Highway Program.

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SHA projects may slow drivers in Maryland


Find out if our upcoming projects will impact your travels at the link below. SHA encourages all drivers to stay alert and take it slow when traveling through work zones.
 

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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 Crews Are Repairing Potholes


SHA crews are patrolling State roads in Maryland's 23 counties and repairing potholes weekdays during non-peak travel times. In order to safely repair pavements, crews need to briefly close travel lanes. Motorists should slow down and be extremely cautious near mobile work zones for their safety and that of road crews. (Note: to report potholes in the City of Baltimore please contact the city at 311.)


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