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Maryland Department of Transportation

POTHOLE? ROAD NEED PLOWING? 

KNOW YOUR ROADS AND WHO TO CALL

The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) crews maintain 17,824 lane miles of the state’s highways and toll roads.  If you have a pothole or your road needs plowing from a recent snow storm, we remind Marylanders that there are three types of state-maintained roads in Maryland: 

   Interstates

 Roads with US numbered routes

 Roads with MD numbered routes.

If you don’t see one of these signs on your road,
you probably do NOT live on a state-maintained road.  

 

See below a list of the three types of state-maintained roads.  If your road is not on one of these three lists, please contact your county or municipality directly to get your road plowed, a pothole fixed or another road issued addressed.  There is a full list below of the website and contact phone number for each county in Maryland.

After your road search, CLICK ON YOUR ROAD to find out who maintains your road.

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To request service for a state-maintained road, submit a request online at this link:
http://marylandsha.force.com/customercare/request_for_service.