The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) distributes brochures, pamphlets and fact sheets describing MDOT SHA programs, policies and projects. They are available on the website and in print.
Guidance on balancing access and mobility, maintaining flexibility, and encouraging innovation within each of Maryland’s context zones. Context Driven includes the related Pedestrian Safety Action Plan.
Asset management is an integrated set of processes that minimize the lifecycle costs of infrastructure. It balances costs, opportunities and risks.
Learn about access management, Adopt a Highway, Express Toll Lanes (ETL), rights of way, community programs, and a private company’s proposed new hyperloop between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore.
Information if you administer a tourist attraction or private company and want to place a sign on a road managed by MDOT SHA.
Safety is our number one priority at MDOT SHA. Learn about bicycle and work zone safety, winter survival skills for drivers, and the way that roundabouts reduce roadway injuries.
This is a statewide, coordinated, comprehensive, traffic safety plan to reduce highway fatalities and serious injuries.
Every month the internal newsletter Northbound News, formerly Momentum, publishes the latest developments in communications, customer experience, innovation, and modernization at the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA).
MDOT SHA's most recent reports are available here.
This research includes transportation reports commissioned by MDOT SHA, as well as those conducted by MDOT SHA staff.
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