Regional North America United States Maryland Government Motor Vehicles, Highways, and Transportation
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This category is for state departments and agencies related to transportation, including the Department of Motor Vehicles and State Highway administration.

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Coordinated Highways Action Response Team (CHART)
A joint effort of the Maryland Department of Transportation and the Maryland State Police, in cooperation with other federal, state and local agencies to improve "real-time" operations of the highway system. Includes local traveller information with current status on incidents.
Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA)
The owner and operator of Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) and Martin State Airport. Information about the MAA, community relations, regional aviation, permits and forms, and construction.
Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT)
Traveler information, road reports, aviation standards, and employment information.
Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA)
Locations and hours, online vehicle registration form, list of vehicle emissions inspection stations, and motorist consumer information.
Maryland Port Administration (MPA)
Port of Baltimore history, facilities, land usage, construction and news.
Maryland Traffic Safety
An unofficial website providing maps, pictures, factbooks, and some recent data trends in safety.
Maryland Transit Administration
Provides a network of transit, rail and freight services, including MARC train, Metro subway, and bus services. Schedules, fares and passes, discounts, and news.
Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA)
Responsible for managing, operating and improving the State's toll facilities. Rates, electronic toll collection, MDTA police and I-95 master plan study.
State Highway Administration (SHA)
Traffic conditions, maps, road safety, and contract and employment opportunities.
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