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Pleasant Plains Corridor Feasibility Study

Project Background:

The Pleasant Plains Feasibility Corridor Study supports Anne Arundel County’s efforts to create an enhanced multi-modal environment where transportation safety for pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicles is a number one priority.  The corridor was identified as a candidate for further study.  As a result, the Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works is collaborating with the impacted neighborhoods, churches, businesses, and residents along the Pleasant Plains Road corridor to better identify challenges, concerns, priorities and ideas for safety and corridor improvements.

Benefits:

To enhance safety for everyone travelling on this corridor.

Project Manager:
Debra Russell, P.E.
(410) 222-1340
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Project Summary
Meeting Agenda - July 24, 2019
Meeting Presentation - July 24, 2019
Pleasant Plains Road Study (Existing Conditions Report) - July 2019
Pleasant Plains Road Summary 
 

Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works is collaborating with the impacted neighborhoods, churches, businesses, and residents along the Pleasant Plains Road corridor to better identify challenges, concerns, priorities and ideas for safety and corridor improvements during this feasibility study.  Public comments will be accepted until AUGUST 31, 2019.  E-mail to [email protected] or mail to DPW, 2662 Riva Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401.  
 
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