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NEWS
May 22, 2013
Here is the Morning MoJo Report for Wednesday, May 22: * As of 7:30 a.m., traffic was sluggish on I-270 southbound and I-495 in both directions, but was running fine on all the other interstates throughout the area, according to the Maryland Department of Transportation's interactive mapping page on its website. * The MARC Train, Metro Subway, Light Rail, local bus service, and mobility service were all running on time and operating on their regular schedules, according to the Maryland Transit Administration's website at http://mta.maryland.gov . * The weather today is expected to be very warm and humid with times of clouds and sun, a strong thunderstorm this afternoon, a high of 88 degrees, winds around 6 miles per hour, and a 55 percent chance of precipitation, according to the Accuweather forecast on the HMTV6 weather website at www.herald-mail.com/hmtv6/weather/ . Tonight, it's expected to be mostly cloudy, warm and humid with a shower or thunderstorm in the area, a low of 68 degrees, winds around 6 mph, and a 41 percent chance of precipitation.
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NEWS
April 25, 2013
The Maryland State Highway Administration advises motorists in Washington County to expect overnight lane closures starting Monday as SHA resurfaces eastbound I-70 between U.S. 40 (Dual Highway/National Pike) and Md. 66 (Mapleville Road) east of Hagerstown. Weather permitting, the project will be complete by June 30, the SHA said in a news release. The $1.2 million project includes milling, resurfacing and restriping the 2 1/2-mile section of highway, which serves an average of about 30,000 eastbound vehicles per day. The SHA said motorists should anticipate single-lane closures Monday through Thursday nights between 7 p.m. and 4 a.m. as well as possible single-lane closures Sunday mornings between midnight and 11 a.m. SHA will use signs, cones and barrels to guide motorists through the work zone.
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