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County:Prince George's Project Number:PG333_21
IS 0095 CAPITAL BELTWAY IHB - BALTIMORE WASHINGTON PARKWAY TO US 1 (GREENBELT METRO ACCESS)
Status
10/10/2018The relocation of FBI Headquarters is currently being reevaluated by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). As a result, the design of the roadway improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange is currently on hold.
 
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 On Hold
Right-of-Way On Hold
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: Spring
 
Status Updates
 
10/10/2018The relocation of FBI Headquarters is currently being reevaluated by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). As a result, the design of the roadway improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange is currently on hold.
 
7/31/2018The relocation of FBI Headquarters is currently being reevaluated by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). As a result, the design of the roadway improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange is currently on hold.
 
5/29/2018The relocation of FBI Headquarters is currently being reevaluated by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). As a result, the design of the roadway improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange is currently on hold.
 
3/28/2018The relocation of FBI Headquarters is currently being reevaluated by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). As a result, the design of the roadway improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange is currently on hold.
 
9/19/2017The design of the improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange are at the 90% milestone (Final Review) completion stage.

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has shortlisted the Greenbelt Metro Station as one of three potential sites for the new FBI headquarters complex that would house approximately 11,000 employees. MDOT SHA is awaiting GSA’s decision on which site to relocate the FBI headquarters.

SHA has been coordinating with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), the WMATA development and GSA to ensure that infrastructure improvements will meet the needs of the development and can be phased together. The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) document for the project is being updated for additional improvements added as a result of updated traffic forecasts provided by GSA. Once the NEPA document is signed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Interstate Access Point Approval will be submitted to FHWA for signature. The environmental mitigation package for the project has been approved and the mitigation sites are being designed.
 
6/16/2017The design is being refined for the improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange, with a Final Review (90%) meeting anticipated in mid-July 2017.

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has shortlisted the Greenbelt Metro Station as one of three potential sites for the new FBI headquarters complex that would house approximately 11,000 employees. GSA’s decision on which site to relocate the FBI headquarters is anticipated to be in the Summer 2017.

SHA has been coordinating with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), the WMATA development and GSA to ensure that infrastructure improvements will meet the needs of the development and can be phased together. The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) document for the project is being updated for additional improvements added as a result of updated traffic forecasts provided by GSA. Once the NEPA document is signed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Interstate Access Point Approval will be submitted to FHWA for signature. The environmental mitigation package for the project has been approved and the mitigation sites are being designed.
 
4/10/2017The design is being refined for the improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange, with a Final Review (90%) meeting anticipated in late April 2017.
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has shortlisted the Greenbelt Metro Station as one of three potential sites for the new FBI headquarters complex that would house approximately 11,000 employees. GSA’s decision on which site to relocate the FBI headquarters is expected in May 2017.
SHA has been coordinating with WMATA, the WMATA development and with GSA to ensure that infrastructure improvements will meet the needs of the development and can be phased together. The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) document for the project is being updated for additional improvements added as a result of updated traffic forecasts provided by GSA. Once the NEPA document is signed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Interstate Access Point Approval (IAPA) will be submitted to FHWA for signature. The environmental mitigation package for the project has been approved and the mitigation sites are being designed.
 
1/23/2017The design is being refined for the improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange, with a Final Review (90%) meeting anticipated in late February 2017.

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has shortlisted the Greenbelt Metro Station as one of three potential sites for the new FBI headquarters complex that would house approximately 11,000 employees. GSA’s decision on which site to relocate the FBI headquarters is expected in March 2017.

SHA has been coordinating with WMATA, the WMATA development and with GSA to ensure that infrastructure improvements will meet the needs of the development and can be phased together. The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) document for the project is being updated for additional improvements added as a result of updated traffic forecasts provided by GSA. Once the NEPA document is signed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Interstate Access Point Approval (IAPA) will be submitted to FHWA for signature. The environmental mitigation package for the project has been approved and the mitigation sites are being designed.
 
11/10/2016The design is being refined for the improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange, with a Final Review (90%) meeting anticipated in January 2017. The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has shortlisted the Greenbelt Metro Station as one of three potential sites for the new FBI headquarters complex that would house approximately 11,000 employees. GSA’s decision on which site to relocate the FBI headquarters is expected in March 2017.

SHA has been coordinating with WMATA, the WMATA development and with GSA to ensure that infrastructure improvements will meet the needs of the development and can be phased together. The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) document for the project is being updated for additional improvements added as a result of updated traffic forecasts provided by GSA. Once the NEPA document is signed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Interstate Access Point Approval (IAPA) will be submitted to FHWA for signature. The environmental mitigation package for the project has been approved and the mitigation sites are being designed.
 
8/2/2016The design is being refined for the improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange, with a Final Review (90%) meeting anticipated in September 2016. These improvements will facilitate WMATA's proposed Transit-Oriented Development at the Greenbelt Metro Station. In addition, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has shortlisted the Greenbelt Metro Station as one of three potential sites for the new FBI headquarters complex that would house approximately 11,000 employees. GSA’s decision on which site to relocate the FBI headquarters is expected in December 2016. SHA has been coordinating with WMATA, the WMATA development and with GSA to ensure that infrastructure improvements will meet the needs of the development and can be phased together. The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) document for the project is close to being signed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), which will allow the Interstate Access Point Approval (IAPA) to also be signed by FHWA. The environmental mitigation package for the project has been approved and the mitigation sites are being designed.
 
5/19/2016The design is continuing with the improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange, with a Final Review (90%) meeting anticipated in July 2016. These improvements facilitate WMATA's proposed Transit-Oriented Development at the Greenbelt Metro Station. In addition, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has shortlisted the Greenbelt Metro Station as one of three potential sites for the new FBI headquarters complex that would house approximately 11,000 employees. GSA’s decision on which site to relocate the FBI headquarters is expected in December 2016. SHA has been coordinating with WMATA, the WMATA development and with GSA to ensure that infrastructure improvements will meet the needs of the development and can be phased together.
 
2/23/2016The Semi-Final Review meeting was held on January 20, 2016. This represents 70% design completion. The detailed engineering included improvements along I-95/I-495 from US 1 to MD 295 (B.W. Parkway). Design will continue on the improvements associated with the Greenbelt Metro Interchange to MD 201. These improvements facilitate WMATA's proposed Transit-Oriented Development at the Greenbelt Metro Station. In addition, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has shortlisted the Greenbelt Metro Station as one of three potential sites for the new FBI headquarters complex that would house approximately 11,000 employees. Therefore SHA will coordinate with the WMATA development and with GSA to ensure that infrastructure improvements will meet the needs of whatever development occurs at this location.

Engineering for the portions of I-95/I-495, from US 1 to the Greenbelt Metro and from MD 201 to B.W. Parkway, will be placed on hold for future consideration.
 
12/22/2014A preliminary investigation (PI) meeting was held on December 22, 2014. The PI milestone represents 30% completion of the project's design effort.
 


Events

   Community Informational Meeting

Date:

12/9/2015   (View Document)
Location:7601 Hanover Parkway, Greenbelt ,MD 20770
 
   Community Event/Meeting

Date:

9/21/2015   (View Document)
Location:25 Crescent Road, Greenbelt ,MD 20770
 
   Informational Public Workshop

Date:

9/21/2015
Location:25 Crescent Road, Greenbelt ,MD 20770
 
   Community Event/Meeting

Date:

10/9/2014   (View Document)
Location:9217 51st Avenue, College Park ,MD 20740
 
 
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