MDOT MVA Newsroom


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2021 News Releases

MDOT MVA’s Glen Burnie Headquarters Closes as Precaution in Response to Gas Leak
Office will reopen Friday, July 23; customers with impacted appointments are being contacted
MDOT MVA’s Mobile Bus is Back on the Road
Services Resume in August by Appointment Only
Hogan Administration Announces Nearly $1 Million in Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Grants
30 Agencies, Organizations Awarded Grants for Efforts to Make Roadways Safer for Vulnerable Users
30 Days Left to Renew Driver’s Licenses, Permits & ID Cards That Expired During the State of Emergency
Extension issued during the pandemic ends August 15, customers encouraged to plan ahead
ZeroDeathsMD.gov: The New Home for Maryland’s Highway Safety Office
New website provides resources, crash data and more information for partners and the public
Maryland Awarded Grant for Second Year to Combat Drug-Impaired Driving
GHSA and Responsibility.org Provide Grant for Increased Training for Drug Recognition Experts and Toxicology Units
MDOT MVA Reminds Marylanders of Expired Product Deadlines and Modified Operations in Observance of Fourth of July
Customers with extended registrations – which officially expired June 30 – are encouraged to renew online as soon as possible; Extended driver’s licenses, ID cards and learner’s permits expire August 15
New State Law Provides Marylanders More Flexibility, Greater Online Access for MDOT MVA Services
New measures will reduce trips to branch offices, bring more services online
Stay Sober or Be the Make a Plan Driver This Fourth of July
MDOT MVA, law enforcement warn motorists of impaired driving risk during holiday weekend
Ahead of Fourth of July Weekend, MDOT MVA and Law Enforcement Officials Warn of Risks, Consequences of Impaired Driving
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