Traffic & Travel Alerts

trafficsignSPECIAL NOTICE:  The MGM National Harbor Resort Casino opens December 8thExtended travel delays (on I-95/495, I-295, Indian Head Hwy, Oxon Hill Rd, the Wilson Bridge) along with congestion entering and exiting National Harbor are to be expected (Dec. 8 and immediate days that follow).  Please plan accordingly and allow additional time for your arrival.  When in route, WTOP News Radio (103.5 FM) provides continuous traffic reports every 10 minutes, on the 8’s. 

Enjoy your visit and welcome to Prince George’s County, National Harbor, and the new MGM National Harbor Resort Casino! 


LATEST TRAFFIC REPORTS

WTOP News Radio (103.5 FM) – Traffic
http://wtop.com/traffic/

Fox 5 DC – Traffic
http://www.fox5dc.com/traffic

Signalert DMV Traffic Report
https://www.sigalert.com/Map.asp?lat=38.896377&lon=-77.037506&z=1

TrafficLand
http://www.trafficland.com/city/WAS


MD state highway signMARYLAND STATE HIGHWAY – TRAVELER INFORMATION

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Maryland Highway and Traffic Information
View reported traffic incidents, weather road closures, active construction and maintenance closures information.

Planned Lane Closures
View planned lane closures in Maryland.

 Route Restrictions
View a list of Maryland State Route Restrictions.

 Interactive Mapping
View live Maryland roadway conditions through our Interactive GIS Mapping Application.


511_logoMARYLAND 511 – AUTOMATED TRAVEL INFORMATION

Q: What is the Maryland 511 phone system?

A: It is an interactive, voice‐activated travel information system that you can access by calling 511. Using a hand-held cell phone while driving is illegal in Maryland. Instead, use a hands‐free accessory so you can keep both hands on the wheel. Or better yet, call when you are stopped at one of Maryland’s safety rest areas.

Q: How can I access the Maryland 511 phone system?

A: Just dial 511 from any land-line or cellular phone. If you are outside Maryland, call 1‐855‐GOMD511 (466-3511).

Q: Will I be greeted by a person or answering service?

A: Maryland 511 is an automated attendant that will walk the user through what services are available and even offer help with using the service if needed.

Q: What does each call cost?

A: Calling Maryland 511 is free. However, local airtime minutes or roaming charges will apply (if applicable) as charged by your wireless carrier.

Q: When can I call Maryland 511?

A: The system is always on ‐ seven day per week, 24 hours per day!