WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) announced Tuesday they will focus on filling potholes and opening up drainage inlets as better weather is anticipated through the end of the week.
"Travelers are advised to remain alert for slow moving work zone operations along Maryland's state roads," SHA Administrator Melinda B. Peters said. "Often, our crews work in three to four person teams with up to several trucks per team. To keep everyone safe, please drive at the appropriate speed to navigate carefully around the temporary work zones."
Authorities remind drivers to pay attention to fallen trees, standing water, to be alert when turning at intersections and to pay close attention to pedestrians. Pedestrians may be walking in travel lanes, due to the storm cleanup, authorities added.
You can submit service requests for issues along state numbered routes, authorities said. Visit the SHA website and submit requests by using the "contact us" link.
County road information is also available; click here for website links and phone numbers.