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Thanksgiving Day

In observance of the holiday, the State Highway Administration offices will be closed Thursday, November 26th and will reopen Friday, November 27th. SHA's Statewide Operations Center and Service Patrols, sponsored by State Farm, will continue operations on the 26th. For emergencies call 911 and to report non-life threatening highway issues, call 1-800-543-2515 or click here.

Timothy Hyman

Gov. Hogan Pays Tribute to Retiring SHA Photographer

At a recent Board of Public Works meeting, Governor Larry Hogan paid tribute to 66-year state employee Timothy Hyman. “Today, we honor a man who represents the very best of Maryland through his dedicated public service,” said Governor Hogan.

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Gov. Hogan Announces $14.9 Million For 63 Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects Across the State

The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) is awarding a total of 63 grants, including $2.77 million in Bikeways Program grants, $1.03 million in Recreational Trails Program grants, and $11.1 million in Transportation Alternatives Program grants. MDOT awarded the grants to counties, municipalities and non-profit organizations.

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Gregory C. Johnson, P.E. Named SHA Administrator

Governor Larry Hogan has announced that Gregory C. Johnson, P.E. , 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 $25 Million for Local Road Investments

Counties and Municipalities Urged to Apply for Grants by September 30

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