The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) recently completed their annual consolidated transportation plan for the state.
Hitting 23 counties and Baltimore City, MDOT SHA talked to residents, county leaders and local officials to discuss projects happening in their areas.
For the Four-State area, there are a total of 46 projects that help motorists in Allegany, Frederick, Garrett, Montgomery and Washington Counties.
Some major projects happening in our region include a new four-lane divided highway on U.S. 219 between Interstate-68 and Old Salisbury Road in Garrett County, and Interstate-270 will be getting renovated as part of the $100 million I-270 Innovative Congestion Management project.
“We are improving your ride,” said Charlie Gischlar, Media Relations Manager, MDOT SHA. “We are making it safer for you.”
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s administration has invested $14.7 billion in Maryland’s transportation since he took office.