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Current Transportation Projects

Transportation projects planned, designed and constructed within the County typically are developed by land developers through a permit process, as a capital project by the Department of Public Works or as a project by the Maryland State Highway Administration. The Department of Public Works maintains a list of projects and their current status on their website. The SHA, the Maryland Transportation Authority and the Maryland Transit Administration maintain a list a major projects on the Maryland Department of Transportation website.
Completed Reports & Studies
Current and Ongoing Transportation Projects
Race Road and Jessup Village Concept Study

Project No. H550601

 

Anne Arundel County (Department of Public Works and Department of Planning and Zoning) in partnership with the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) (Regional and Intermodal Planning Division and District 5), has completed the Race Road/Jessup Village Planning Study to investigate the recommendation of the 2004 Jessup/Maryland City Small Area Plan to utilize the grid of platted “paper roads” within the Jessup Village to reduce turning movements along Jessup Road (MD 175), as well as the proposed realignment of Race Road to the west in order to reduce the current congestion and crash potential.

  

The newsletter below will explain the project process, display preliminary alternatives and provide information on the next steps.  The complete study is also available in the link below.

Appendix B - Traffic Analysis
Appendix C - Traffic Analysis 2035 No Build
Appendix G - Traffic Analysis 2035 Build
 
 
 
MD 177 Mountain Road Corridor (Solley Road/Waterford Roat to Edwin Raynor Boulevard)

Project No. H539600/Contract No. H539604

 

Anne Arundel County (Department of Public Works and Department of Planning and Zoning) in partnership with the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) (Regional and Intermodal Planning Division and District 5), has completed the Mountain Road Commercial Corridor Study to determine traffic operations and safety improvements for all travel modes, improve access and control, and increase mobility options for pedestrians and cyclists along the Mountain Road. Three alternatives were developed, with input from the Project Management Team (PMT), to improve pedestrian and motorist safety throughout the corridor as well as accommodate projected growth for the year 2035. 

Recommendations were also considered to improve aesthetics and functionality of the commercial corridor.  An urban design framework was created with potential strategies to create distinctive, identifiable places along Mountain Road that could enhance the corridor.  This planning study is a partnership among the county, the state and the community.  For it to advance, all three parties must be willing to work together to achieve desired goals to reduce crashes and conflict, to accommodate all users in the corridor including businesses, motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists, and to enhance its attractiveness.

 

The newsletter below will explain the project process, display preliminary alternatives and provide information on the next steps.  The complete study is also available in the link below. 

 
 

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