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Celebrating SHA's 100th Year! NEW! SHA unveils new website to celebrate 100 years of modern road building in Maryland. Click here to explore the past and consider possibilities for the future!
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Safety is SHA's number one priority. Safety is SHA's number one priority.
For information on the Maryland Strategic Highway Safety Plan, traffic safety programs and projects, community grants, traffic safety matters, click here.go
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