SHA: Clarion light, Balt. Ave. crossings in 2015 pipeline
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SHA: Clarion light, Balt. Ave. crossings in 2015 pipeline

(Oct. 31, 2014) As most every business person knows, there’s a big difference between what…

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Improving safety a priority
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Improving safety a priority

(May 16, 2014) Despite the speedy connotation of the word “highway,” the State Highway Administration’s…

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SHA continuing pedestrian improvements despite conditions
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SHA continuing pedestrian improvements despite conditions

(March 7, 2014) The State Highway Administration is still hoping to have a full slate…

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OC eyes ownership of lighting
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OC eyes ownership of lighting

(Feb. 21, 2014) A beam of light is shining on a way Maryland jurisdictions could…

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City Council approves ban on open, unbuckled rides
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City Council approves ban on open, unbuckled rides

(Jan. 10, 2014) City Council made a favorable final vote this week on an ordinance…

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No seats, no seatbelts, no unenclosed Coastal Highway cruising
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No seats, no seatbelts, no unenclosed Coastal Highway cruising

(Dec. 20, 2013) City council approved the first reading this week of a code revision…

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Council questions SHA on bridge priorities, 94th Street signal
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Council questions SHA on bridge priorities, 94th Street signal

(Nov. 15, 2013) Amongst a myriad of issues and questions raised at this week’s meeting…

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SHA conducts hand-count of cars, pedestrians for road study
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SHA conducts hand-count of cars, pedestrians for road study

(July 19, 2013) If readers were wondering what the groups of men in orange vests,…

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Parents of ‘12 victim speak; traffic safety campaign reducing crashes after last year’s deaths, SHA says
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Parents of ‘12 victim speak; traffic safety campaign reducing crashes after last year’s deaths, SHA says

(July 12, 2013) With pedestrian accidents down 70 percent over the same time last year,…

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State plans to ramp up traffic safety campaign
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State plans to ramp up traffic safety campaign

(March 15, 2013) If the State Highway Administration’s public safety campaign goes according to plan,…

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