Category: Transportation

The Sheriff’s Office Safety Tips

(input by Monica Worrell) Sheriff’s Office Receives Grant The Harford County Sheriff’s Office has received a grant provided by the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention to target motorists who fail to stop for school buses that have their

Harford Bus Service to Begin Saturday Service

From the Harford County Government: (Bel Air, MD – December 24, 2008) – – Harford Transit is proud to present Saturday service beginning January 10, 2009 on the following fixed routes: the 1/1A (Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Bel Air); 2/2A

Harford Transit Introduces a new Demand Response Service

Reposted from the Baltimore Sun: Harford Transit has started a new Demand Response Service for eligible senior citizens, individuals with disabilities and low-income wage earners. The service is available from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays. The fare is $2

Construction to begin on Rt. 24 at I-95 and Rt. 924

A major $38 million road construction project is to begin on Rt. 24 and Rt. 924, extending from the I-95 interchange north to the Rt. 24 bridge crossing Winters Run (just south of Singer Rd.) First, a temporary intersection will

APG Closing Rt. 24 gate on Oct. 4, 2008

Via APG News: Aberdeen Proving Ground will close the Route 24 (Hoadley Road) Gate 11 p.m., Oct. 4 to make necessary upgrades and expansions in preparation for the base realignment and closure, or BRAC. The gate will remain closed until

Rt. 755 Bridge Construction Update

The construction on the Rt 755 (Edgewood Rd) culvert bridge near Willoughby Beach Rd is part of a larger Street Scape project.  The original completion date was August 25th for the start of the school year.  According to the State

MARC Train Station Remodeling has begun

Remodeling and parking lot expansion of the MARC train station has finally begun and the work is scheduled to be completed in 2009.