Thursday, April 29, 2010
The Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) began a $300,000 project to improve traffic flow along Maryland 28, Norbeck Road. Currently, left turning vehicles cause significant delays for through traffic on this two-lane road, so SHA will install two new left turn lanes on Maryland 28 between Maryland 97, Georgia Avenue, and Maryland 182, Layhill Road. The project should be completed this summer.
SHA will construct a new left turn lane at Radwick Lane and Barn Ridge Drive. To accommodate the new turn lanes, both east and westbound lanes on Maryland 28 at these locations will be widened. Other work includes new pavement at Radwick Lane and Barn Ridge Drive, signs and pavement markings, and new curb and gutter at Barn Ridge Drive. (Source: SHA Project Information Newsletter)