Press Releases

Charm City Circulator and Harbor Connector to Resume Normal Hours of Operation

BALTIMORE, MD — The Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced today that the Charm City

City of Baltimore is Gearing Up For Bike to Work Week

Bike to Work Week celebrations will be held May 17-23, 2021; Registration is now open

The City of Baltimore is Now Accepting Permit Applications for its Dockless Vehicle Program

Operator permit applications will be accepted through May

Department of Transportation Announces Changes in Commercial Vehicle Height Monitoring Enforcement Locations

Baltimore, MD (Monday, April 26, 2021) – The Baltimore C

City of Baltimore Adopts Its First Complete Streets Manual

Today, Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Department of Transportation (BCDOT) Director Steve Sharkey announced that the City of Baltimore has adopted its first Complete Streets Manual. 

Department of Transportation Implements Dockless Vehicle Parking Program

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) today announced the launch of a dockless bike and scooter parking initiative to support the growing demand for dockless vehicle transit optio

Mayor Brandon M. Scott to Deploy Snow Team for Expected Snow Storm

Crews are mobilized and gateways are being treated with brine in anticipation of accumulating snow

Department of Transportation Announces Additional Automated Enforcement Locations

Baltimore, MD (Thursday, January 14, 2021) – The Baltimore City Department

The Department of Transportation Continues Slow Streets Evaluation Phase

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) has recently implemented 25 miles of slow streets in communities throughout the City. As a result of this traffic calming initiative, residents currently have access to 25 miles of roadway to practice safe social distancing while walking and biking, as outlined in Council Bill 20-0532. 

Flash Flooding is Expected Thursday, Could Cause Signal Outages and Flooded Roadways in the Harbor East, Fells Point, and Canton Neighborhoods

Flash Flooding is Expected Thursday, Could Cause Signal Outages and Flooded Roadways in the Harbor East, Fells Point, and Canton Neighborhoods

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