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WB&A Trail

Project Background:
The WB&A Trail is a planned 9 mile paved recreational trail from Odenton to the Patuxent River on the abandoned Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad right of way. When complete, the project will link the South Shore Trail in Odenton with the Patuxent River and an existing rail trail in Prince George's County. In addition to the regional implications of the WB&A Trail, it is also a critical component of the East Coast Greenway and the American Discovery Trail.
 
WB&A Trail is open dawn to dusk. 
 

NOTICE: Your Traffic Engineering Division of the Department of Public Works will review the WB&A Trail crossing at Patuxent Road and Bragers to evaluate potential strategies to improve ped/bike and vehicular safety, which were concerns raised at our recent public meeting. Thank you for helping us make your community a better place.  

Benefits:
  • Will serve as the missing link for trails in our region
  • East Coast Greenway National Trail System
  • Recreational and transportation project connecting Anne Arundel County to Prince George’s County
Project Manager:
Robert Fernandez
410-222-7938
Consultants:

WBCM Inc.

Project Investment:
$9.15 Million
Notice to Proceed:
November 2020
Completion Date:
December 2021
Project Updates:
Public Notice: WB&A Trail Bridge

June 2019 – 60% Complete



 
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