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SHA's Hunger Action Month Food Drive is Underway

The Maryland Food Bank is joining forces with SHA, the Maryland State Police, the Department of Transportation, and other law enforcement agencies for Hunger Action Month. Marylanders can donate nonperishable items at police barracks and select Department of Transportation offices across the state, in addition to using the food bank’s new virtual food drive platform.

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SHA Work May Slow Travelers

Please click on the link below to view a list of upcoming construction projects that may impact your travels. SHA encourages you to drive safely.

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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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Work Zone Safety

Hundreds of state employees, contractors and sub-contractors will be in work zones this season, delivering projects ranging from paving, bridge rehabilitation and regular maintenance as well as major roadway projects such as the Intercounty Connector. While SHA and its transportation partners work hard to maintain safe traffic mobility in work zones, each driver needs to actively modify his or her driving style to help prevent crashes.

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US 1 Pedestrian Safety Enhancements

Pedestrian safety is being enhanced along US 1 in College Park through a series of safety improvements and a public education campaign.

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