How to find a safe, efficient way to get around Maryland
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A new app lets you take a photo of your route, tag it with your phone number and find a roadrunner to ride.
Maryland transportation officials said Tuesday that they’ve developed the RoadRunner app to help find safe and efficient ways to get people around the state.
The app, which costs $1.99, connects you with a driver and a dispatcher to share your route.
It also shows you where roads are crowded and how long it will take to get to your destination.
Marylanders can now make their own trips on public roads.
Marylands transportation agency, which is the state’s transportation agency and has a contract to operate the roads, said the app will help improve safety and reduce congestion by letting users easily track their routes and plan their trips.
The RoadRunner mobile app is available for iOS and Android.
The app lets users track their route, take a photograph and share it with their phone number, allowing them to get the most out of their commute.
The Maryland Department of Transportation has been using a fleet of automated roadrunners to keep up with traffic.
Mary’s Department of Public Works has installed two new automated road runners that are designed to make trips to work faster and more efficient.
A Maryland state trooper who was shot in the leg in May died at the hospital.
State police said troopers responding to a 911 call at a home in Chesapeake were hit by gunfire and troopers fired a beanbag shotgun to rescue them.
Police said the trooper was transported to a local hospital where he died.
A suspect was arrested in that shooting.
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