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MD 175 project updates currently underway

  • MD 175 at Mapes Road & Reece Road – The purpose of the project is to widen MD 175 at Mapes Road/Charter Oaks Boulevard and Reece Road intersections; make the stretch of road ADA Compliant; add a 10-foot hiker/biker trail; reconstruction of signals and remove the curb at Fort Meade. This project, currently under construction, began in the Fall of 2014 and the completion date is Fall of 2018. This is a $19.4 million project. Currently the contractor continues working on storm water and pipe work, sediments ponds and the hiker/biker trail. Both Verizon and BGE are on site and working on utility relocations. (Project construction cost is: $12.5million. Projected completion date is: Spring 2018).

 

  • MD 175 from Disney Road to Reece Road -The purpose of this project is to widen MD 175 from two to six lanes with a median; add On-road bicycle lanes in each direction; 5-foot sidewalk on north side; 10 foot shared-use path on the south side. This project, currently under construction, began in the Winter of 2016 and the completion date is Summer of 2020. This is a $19.3 million project. Currently the contractor is; finishing the clearing and grubbing and the setting the new security fence. The work is being completed behind the retaining wall. The pipe and outlet work has begun on F Street and some utilities are being moved. (Project construction cost is: $14.7million. Projected completion date is: Winter 2019).

 

Potholes and paving on 175 and the ramps of 295
 
  • Southbound paving on 295 at 175 – We currently have a project to resurface two miles of southbound 295 between Winterson Road and Hanover Road. This $2 million resurfacing project will be completed late-summer and will include the southbound 295 to 175 ramp. The project will also include upgrading and replacing guardrail; repairing, cleaning and upgrading existing stormwater management inlets and pipes; and road way slope repair and sediment control. Crews will work Sundays through Thursdays between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. Motorists should expect a single lane closures through the work zone. (This project (AA1965177) currently under construction, started Spring 2017 and will be completed Fall 2017. In addition to the S-T work, there will be two weekends work (from 9pm Friday to Sunday 9pm for mainline paving)
  • Northbound paving on 295 at 175 – The Glen Burnie shop continues to patch this ramp. This ramp will be reconstructed as part of the MD 175/MD 295 Interchange Reconstruction project 

 

Possible signal or traffic calming along 175
 
  • MD 175 & McCarron Court/Parkside Blvd, we are aware of the citizens’ concerns at this location and are researching our agreement with the developer of Parkside as to the potential future signalization of this intersection. MD 175 at McCarron Court/Parkside Blvd is the southernmost limit of the future interchange reconstruction project.

 

Additional Information

  • MD 175/MD 295 Interchange Reconstruction - The purpose of this project is to remove the loop ramps in northeast and southwest quadrants; relocate these movements to new signalized intersections along the MD 175 in the northwest and southeast quadrants. Widen MD 175 to six lanes from National Business Parkway to McCarron Court. This project, currently in design, is expected to begin in the Fall of 2018 and the completion date is Fall of 2021. This is a $86.3 million project.

 

  • Speeding on MD 175 – Enforcement is handled by Anne Arundel County Police – Western District. They can be reached at 410-222-6155.
A Map of Current and Future Projects along the MD 175 Corridor


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