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County:Frederick Project Number:FR350_51
US 0040 AL MAIN STREET IVY HILL DRIVE TO MIDDLETOWN PARKWAY
Project Name:
US 40 ALT, Old National Pike

Location of Project:
IVY HILL DRIVE TO MIDDLETOWN PARKWAY

Description:
Construct roadway improvements including upgrades to pedestrian/bicyclist facilities, resurfacing, curb and gutter, and storm water management improvements from Ivy Hill Drive to Middletown Parkway (2.1 miles).
 
Scope:
The Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) is beginning a $14 million reconstruction project on US 40 Alternate (Main Street) between Ivy Hill Drive and Middletown Parkway in Frederick County. The project will enhance pedestrian safety, improve drainage and upgrade the stormwater treatment for the roadway.

SHA’s contractor, Milani Construction, Inc. of Washington, D.C. will:

•Construct ADA-compliant sidewalks and pedestrian sidewalk ramps;
•Install crosswalks and pedestrian crossing signals at intersections on US 40 Alternate between Ivy Hill Drive and Middletown Parkway;
•Install a new waterline within the project limits;
•Improve highway drainage by adding drainage inlets and pipes, as well as storm water management ponds;
•Install lighting; and
•Pave and stripe US 40 Alternate.

The contractor will perform the work in phases to maintain accessibility during construction. Crews will guide motorists through the work zone by using cones, barrels, signs and a flagging operations, when needed. Motorists should expect to see crews working Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. More than 11,000 motorists use this portion of US 40 Alternate, each day. Weather permitting, crews will complete the two-mile project summer 2019.


Project Type:
COMM SAFETY & ENHANCEMENT

Current Phase:Construction
Funded Year :2016 How much will this project cost?
Funding Source(s):State/Federal
Last Updated On : 11/16/2017
 
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