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
Fort Meade Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Near Term Highway Corridor Studies
BRAC Impacts on Fort Meade Area Housing Final Report
OEA Funded Transit/Rideshare Clearinghouse Final Report
Current and Ongoing Transportation Projects
Race Road and Jessup Village Concept Study
The Anne Arundel County Office of Planning and Zoning is conducting a planning study of potential realignments of Race Road between Orchard Road and Jessup Road (MD Route 175) in Jessup. The study will recommend alternatives to improve safety for all travelers (including pedestrians and bicyclists) in the study area, implement elements of the Jessup Village Corridor along MD 175 envisioned and recommended in the Jessup/Maryland City Small Area Plan, and accommodate future traffic volumes that are projected in the Jessup area.
MD 177 Mountain Road Corridor Study
The Anne Arundel County Office of Planning and Zoning is conducting a study of the Mountain Road corridor from the intersection of Solley Road/Waterford Rd (MD 648) to Edwin Raynor Boulevard. The study will recommend alternatives to improve traffic flow and safety as well as streetscape improvements to make the corridor more attractive and pedestrian-friendly.