MD 28/MD 198 Corridor Improvement Project – Norbeck Road / Spencerville Road / Old Columbia Pike / Sandy Spring Road (from MD 97 to I-95)
(NOTE: This 11-mile-long project extends across both Montgomery County and Prince George’s County)
2019.08.19 The State is still preparing its Final Planning Report containing its preferred alternative, which it will submit to the Federal Highway Administration for approval and finalization of the environmental assessment process. The report will also summarize the State’s proposal of how this large-scale project spanning nearly 11-miles across Montgomery and Prince George’s counties will be segmented into smaller sub-projects, which will be then be prioritized for funding final design, property acquisition and construction.
2019.02.27 The State now anticipates completing a Final Planning Report this Spring, which will be made available to the public and will contain its recommended concept for this project. This coming Fall, the Federal Highway Administration is expected to approve the State’s preferred alternative and the environmental assessment process is expected to be finalized. The project’s purpose is to improve traffic flow and pedestrian safety along the road corridor from MD 97 eastward to Interstate 95. The project is divided into five sections due to its considerable mileage and scope.
2018.08.23 The project will stretch along the road corridor from MD 97 eastward to Interstate 95. The project’s purpose is to improve traffic flow and pedestrian safety. The project is currently in its planning stage, and due to the project’s mileage and scope, the analysis of alternatives is divided into five sections. The State anticipates selecting the preferred design alternatives and receiving approval by the Federal Highway Administration (FHA) before the end of 2019.