Maryland will install fog-warning signals along a stretch of
I-68 that runs through the western part of the state, The Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette reported recently.
The signals will be placed in an area that includes Big
Savage Mountain, the site last year of a massive, fatal traffic pile-up caused
in part by fog.
According to the report, when the devices detected dense
fog, they would activate a series of flashing lights to warn motorists of
possible danger. Work to install the detectors will begin late this summer or
early in the fall.