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County:Anne Arundel Project Number:AA510_11
MD 0198 LAUREL FORT MEADE ROAD WEST OF MD 295 TO MD 32
Status
11/8/2017Planning activities on this project are complete. The first breakout phase of the project, Section 1: PHASE 1 - Russett Green East to Baltimore Washington Parkway (AA510_22) is progressing through detailed engineering. Click on link for current status.
 
Phase Time Frame As Defined in the Consolidated Transportation Program (Funded Year Displayed in CTP)
What's Involved? Estimate Begin Estimate Complete
Planning Complete
Engineering Underway Pending
Right-of-Way
Construction
Completed Milestones
Planning Phase Begin Project Planning
  Alternates Public Workshop
  Location/Design Public Hearing
  Location/Design Approval
Engineering Phase Begin Preliminary Engineering
  Geometric Design Approval
  Final Engineering Complete
  Advertised for Bid    
Construction Phase For General Lane Closure Information click HERE
  Begin Construction (Notice To Proceed)
  Open to Traffic:
 
Status Updates
 
11/8/2017Planning activities on this project are complete. The first breakout phase of the project, Section 1: PHASE 1 - Russett Green East to Baltimore Washington Parkway (AA510_22) is progressing through detailed engineering. Click on link for current status.
 
7/15/2016Planning activities on this project are complete. The first breakout phase of the project, Section 1: Russett Green East to Baltimore Washington Parkway is progressing through detailed engineering. Detailed engineering is scheduled to be complete in fall 2017. The project is not funded for right-of-way, acquisition, utility relocations, or construction.
 
11/2/2015The Federal Highway Administration has signed Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) environmental documenton Audust 8, 2015, thereby granting Location Approval for Alternative 4 Modified with Option A. This concludes the Planning Phase of the project.
 
8/31/2015The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) has prepared an Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) environmental document. This document is currently under final review and is expected to be signed by the Federal Highway Administration by the end of August, thereby granting location approval of the recommended Alternative 4 Modified with Option A.
 
3/6/2015The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) document for the National Park Service (NPS). The EA explains impacts to the Baltimore-Washington Parkway park property at the MD 198 interchange. Impacts to park property are related to the overall MD 198 Project Planning Study. This document is being provided for a 30-day public comment period and can be found under the “Documents” tab. Please provide your comments on NPS related questions to Mr. Robert Mocko, NPS, Environmental Protection Specialist, at robert_mocko@nps.gov or to Mr. William Carver, SHA, MD 198 Project Manager, at wcarver@sha.state.md.us by April 10, 2015.
 
8/20/2014The Project Team has completed the Environmental Site Design analysis in accordance with the new storm water management guidelines. The team is currently updating all of the Environmental Technical Reports and the Environmental Document.
 
2/21/2014The project team is developing a phasing plan for the Preferred Alternative 4 Modified with Option A. A phasing plan will identify smaller sections of the project and prioritize the order in which they may be programmed for future funding.
 
4/10/2013The Preferred Alternative 4 Modified with Option A is being evaluated based on the new stormwater management guidelines. In addition, the project team is continuing with engineering and environmental analysis.
 
8/6/2012The SHA Administrator's Selection Meeting was held and the Preferred Alternative is Alternative 4 Modified: Divided Roadway with Off-Road Shared-Use Path and a Sidewalk with MD 198/MD 32 Interchange Option A Flyover Ramp. The project team is currenlty awaiting concurrence on the Preferred Alternative and is continuing with engineering and environmental analysis needed to obtain final approval from the Federal Highway Administration and regulatory agencies.
 
5/1/2012The project team has responded to all comments received at the Public Hearing and the hearing transcript is available. We are now in the process of developing a team alternative recommendation to make to the SHA Administrator in the Spring 2012.
 
10/5/2011The Location/Design Public Hearing is scheduled for Thursday November 17, 2011. The Enviromental Assessment document has been signed by FHWA, and will be available for review beginning on October 18, 2011.
 
9/7/2011The Location/Design Public Hearing has been tentatively scheduled for Fall 2011. The project team is continuing coordination with FHWA on the enviromental document.
 
1/24/2011As a result of new commercial developments being approved within the corridor and the need to assess the impact of these developments on the project, the Spring 2011 Location/Design Public Hearing has been postponed. At this time, a new date has not been selected. Additional traffic analysis and engineering design will continue on the project.
 
10/22/2009In November, the project team will be working to schedule meetings with residents and property owners that are immediately adjacent to the study corridor.
 
10/7/2009Project Team met with officials of Fort Meade on April 16, 2009 for an update of project activities.
 
3/16/2009The project team will be on hand to answer questions pretaining to the MD 198 Projet Planning Study at the BRAC Public Workshop, scheduled for March 31, 2009 at the Meade Middle School.
 
10/21/2008Currently, the team is addressing comments received from FHWA on the Alternates Retained for Detailed Study package.
 
8/21/2008The Alternates Public Workshop was held on June 24, 2008 at Maryland City Elementary School. The study team is currently preparing the Alternatives Retained for Detailed Study (ARDS) package for the project.
 
4/28/2008The project team is currently working on completing tasks associated with conducting an Alternates Public Workshop, which is scheduled for June 24, 2008.
 
1/2/2008The project team is in the process of developing preliminary alternatives.
 
11/9/2007An initial public information meeting was held on 11/7/07 at Meade High School. Information about the project's purpose and need and conceptual alternatives was presented. .
 


Events

   Location/Design Public Hearing

Date:

11/17/2011
Location:1103 26th Street, Fort Meade ,MD 20755
 
 
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