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TFP - MD 214 Corridor Planning Study

Project Background:

The scope of this project is for a planning-level study only with concept-level plans. However, a capital project may be initiated in the future to implement the  recommendations of the study if deemed justified by the County.  

We are proposing to upgrade conditions along MD 214 (Central Avenue) from MD 468 (Muddy Creek Road) to its eastern terminus, immediately east of Oakford Avenue, to improve travel conditions for motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Lane use at several intersections is recommended to be changed to accommodate future traffic demand, but the roadway itself will remain a two-lane section.  Assessments are being considered to evaluate the feasibility of parallel roadway sections for emergency access to/from various points along the corridor.

Upgraded pedestrian and bicycle facilities are recommended in the form of on-road bicycle lanes and off-road shared-use paths.  Pedestrian facilities may also include new designated crossings.

A draft future conditions evaluation has been completed based on the findings from the existing conditions study and associated public input from summer 2018.  The County is preparing a final version of the future conditions report that incorporates additional public input from Spring 2019.

Benefits:
Growth in development in the area will result in increased travel demand, and existing operational and safety concerns have been noted by communities along the corridor. Pedestrian and bicycle facilities are below County standards. There are no marked crossings for pedestrians. The goals of the project are to address current roadway design deficiencies, improve travel level-of-service by reducing current and forecasted congestion, reduce crash potential, improve pedestrian and bicycle compatibility, and minimize impacts to the natural and built environment.
 
Project Manager:
Adam Greenstein
(410) 224-1260
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If you have additional questions or concerns, please contact the Project Manager using the phone number or email address above.  We currently plan to have the updated future conditions report completed by the end of summer 2019.
 
Public Involvement Q&A
All Public Comments - Future Conditions
MD 214 Presentation (Mayo Matters) 2019-05-14 (1 of 2)
MD 214 Presentation (Mayo Matters) 2019-05-14 (2 of 2)
MD 214 Presentation (Community Leadership) 2019-04-25
MD 214 Transportation Facility Planning Study - Future Conditions Report - Posted 3/8/2019
Public Meeting for MD 214 Corridor Study - Wednesday, March 27, 2019, from 7:00 - 8:30 PM
MD 214 Intersection Level of Service and Delay - MD 214 @ Shoreham, Shoreham @ Triton
MD 214 Intersection Level of Service and Delay - MD 468, Loch Haven Road
MD 214 Intersection Level of Service and Delay - River Club Dr-WRF Park Entrance, River Rd-Selby Blvd
MD 214 Roll Map - East of River Rd-Selby Blvd
MD 214 Roll Map - MD 468 to River Rd-Selby Blvd
MD 214 Traffic Simulation Video (below)

  

MD 214 Transportation Facility Planning Study: Existing Conditions - Public Presentation on 7/17/18
MD 214 Corridor Maps
7/17/18 Public Presentation Q&A - Posted on 7/26/18
Post 7/7/18 Public Presentation Citizen Correspondence
Public Meeting for MD 214 Corridor Study on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Public Service Announcement - Fact Sheet: TFP – MD 214 from MD 468 Eastward (Contract No. H539614)
MD 214 Transportation Facility Planning Study - Existing Conditions Analysis (435 pages - 84,192 KB)
Public Input Requested for MD 214 Corridor Study - Existing Conditions (Contract No. H539614)












 

 
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