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County:Prince George's Project Number:PG700_51
MD 0210 INDIAN HEAD HIGHWAY SRI - LIVINGSTON ROAD/KERBY HILL ROAD INTERCHANGE
Status
1/22/2018Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of January 22, 2018

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews completed the demolition of house numbers 508 and 516 along Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will continue placing noise barrier wall panels and posts between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 northbound.

• Miller Pipeline will begin their gas line work under MD 210, north of Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will begin drilling for noise barrier wall foundations along MD 210 southbound, north of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Wilson crews will continue with water line work along the southbound service road.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will continue all previously listed operations above.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us .

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
Phase Time Frame As Defined in the Consolidated Transportation Program (Funded Year Displayed in CTP)
What's Involved? Estimate Begin Estimate Complete
Planning
Engineering Complete
Right-of-Way Complete
Construction Summer 2015 Summer 2019
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
 
1/22/2018Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of January 22, 2018

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews completed the demolition of house numbers 508 and 516 along Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will continue placing noise barrier wall panels and posts between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 northbound.

• Miller Pipeline will begin their gas line work under MD 210, north of Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will begin drilling for noise barrier wall foundations along MD 210 southbound, north of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Wilson crews will continue with water line work along the southbound service road.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will continue all previously listed operations above.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us .

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
1/16/2018Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of January 15, 2018

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews will continue placing noise barrier wall panels between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 northbound.

• Miller Pipeline will continue their gas line work between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will continue drilling for noise barrier wall foundations north of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Crews will complete the demolition of house numbers 508 and 516 along Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will complete removal of gas line beneath the proposed noise barrier wall foundations north of Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews are scheduled to complete work on the storm drain along MD 210 southbound, and start storm drain work along MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will continue drilling for the noise wall foundations north of Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us.

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
12/18/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of December 18, 2017

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews will continue placing noise barrier wall panels between Palmer Road and Livingston Road, along MD 210 northbound.

• Miller Pipeline will continue their gas line work between Kerby Hill Road and Palmer Road, along MD 210 southbound.

• Crews will continue drilling for the noise barrier wall foundations north of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Crews will resume work on installing a new water line between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Pepco will resume overhead utility relocation work between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us .

To be added to the project email list, send an email to:

MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
12/11/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of December 11, 2017

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews will continue placing noise barrier wall panels between Palmer Road and Livingston Road, along MD 210 northbound.

• Miller Pipeline will continue their gas line work between Kerby Hill Road and Palmer Road, along MD 210 southbound.

• Crews will continue drilling for the noise barrier wall foundations north of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will resume work on installing a new water line between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

• Pepco will resume overhead utility relocation work between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us.

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
12/4/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of December 4, 2017

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews have begun placing noise barrier wall panels between Palmer Road and Livingston Road, along MD 210 northbound.

• Miller Pipeline will continue their gas line work between Kerby Hill Road and Palmer Road, along MD 210 southbound.

• Crews continue drilling for the noise barrier wall foundations north of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Miller Pipeline crews expect to be substantially complete with their gas line relocation work between Kerby Hill Road and Palmer Road, along MD 210 southbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us .

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
11/20/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of November 20, 2017

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Pepco has postponed the relocation of overhead power lines and installing poles along MD 210 southbound, between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Crews have begun preparation for placing noise barrier wall panels between Palmer Road and Livingston Road, along MD 210 northbound.

• Miller Pipeline has completed their gas line tie-in work between Wilson Bridge Drive and Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will continue concrete foundations for the noise barrier wall along MD 210, near Brookside Condominiums.
• Crews will begin drilling for the noise wall foundations north of Wilson Bridge Drive.
• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will begin installing posts for the noise barrier wall south of Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us .

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
11/13/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of November 13, 2017

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews will continue backfilling (placing gravel) between the barrier wall and the noise barrier wall caissons (posts) north of the River Pointe apartments, along MD 210 northbound.

• Miller Pipeline will continue gas line tie-in work at Brookside Condominiums and north of Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210.

• Pepco crews will begin the relocation of overhead power lines and placing new poles along MD 210 southbound, between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.
• Crews will begin drilling for noise wall foundations north of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will continue installing posts for the noise barrier wall, north of Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

• Pepco and Verizon crews will continue overhead relocations between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us .

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
10/30/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of October 30, 2017

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews will begin pouring a noise barrier wall foundation north of the River Pointe apartments, along MD 210 northbound.

• Miller Pipeline will complete gas line work on MD 210 southbound between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Crews will complete permanent storm drain installations north of Livingston Road, on MD 210.

• SHA crews will complete gas line tie-ins at Brookside Condominiums by the end of this week.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Washington Gas is scheduled to begin a gas line replacement at Brookside Condominiums, to further improve system reliability.

• Crews will begin installing posts for the noise barrier wall, south of Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

• Pepco and Verizon crews will begin overhead relocations between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive, along MD 210 southbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
10/23/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of October 23, 2017

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews will continue roadway widening along MD 210 northbound, between the River Pointe apartments and Livingston Road.

• Miller Pipeline will continue work on MD 210, between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Crews will continue permanent storm drain installations north of Livingston Road, on MD 210.

• Pepco crews have completed the installation of a new manhole and new conduits north of Livingston Road.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Washington Gas is scheduled to begin a gas line replacement at Brookside

Condominiums by the end of the month. Their crews will access the parking lot to replace the gas line. After Washington Gas completes their work SHA crews will begin gas line tie-ins along the curb line, to further improve system reliability.

• Pepco crews will continue installing conduits, along MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will complete paving south of Livingston Road, along MD 210.

• Crews will begin constructing a barrier wall after paving operations are complete on MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
10/2/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of October 2, 2017

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews will begin installing an additional barrier wall footer and curb and gutter on MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

• Miller Pipeline will continue work on MD 210, south of Kerby Hill Road.
• Crews will continue permanent storm drain installations north of Livingston Road, on MD 210.

• Pepco crews will begin installation of a new manhole at Livingston Road, northbound on MD 210.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will complete the gas line relocation at the Kerby Hill Road intersection, on MD 210 southbound.

• Crews will complete trimming the tops to adjust the height of noise wall posts, on MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will begin constructing barrier wall on MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
9/25/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of September 25, 2017

(All work is performed emergency, manpower, and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews will continue installing the underdrain for shoulder widening, and adjusting posts for noise walls on MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

• Miller Pipeline will continue work on MD 210, south of Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will begin permanent storm drain installations north of Livingston Road, on MD 210.

• Pepco crews will complete conduit installations for new manholes along the southbound service road, on MD 210.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will complete the gas line relocation at the Kerby Hill Road intersection, on MD 210 southbound.

• Crews will complete trimming the tops to adjust the height of noise wall posts, on MD 210 northbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
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9/18/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of September 11, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Miller Pipeline will continue work along MD 210, south of Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will complete storm drain installations north of Livingston Road, on MD 210.

• Pepco crews will continue conduit installation for a new manhole on Livingston Road, along MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will continue with grading for shoulder widening and storm drain installations on MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will continue with the removal of posts along MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will continue with overhead utility relocations along MD 210 southbound service road, between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
9/11/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of September 11, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Miller Pipeline will continue work along MD 210, south of Kerby Hill Road.
• Crews will complete storm drain installations north of Livingston Road, on MD 210.

• Pepco crews will continue conduit installation for a new manhole on Livingston Road, along MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will continue with grading for shoulder widening and storm drain installations on MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will continue with the removal of posts along MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will continue with overhead utility relocations along MD 210 southbound service road, between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
9/5/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of September 4, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Miller Pipeline will continue work along MD 210, south of Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will begin temporary storm drain installations north of Livingston Road, on MD 210.

• Pepco crews will begin conduit installation for a new manhole on Livingston Road, along MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will continue with grading for shoulder widening and storm drain installations on MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will continue with overhead utility relocations along MD 210 southbound service road, between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
8/28/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of August 28, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews completed sewer work behind the Exxon gas station at Kerby Hill Road.

• Miller Pipeline will continue work along MD 210, south of Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will begin pouring concrete for the proposed traffic barrier along MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

• Pepco crews will place new manhole installations on MD 210 northbound, at Livingston Road.

• Crews will continue with grading for shoulder widening and storm drain installations on MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment controls, and culvert extension installations on MD 210 southbound and northbound, between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
8/21/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of August 21, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)
• Gas line crews will be continuing south of Kerby Hill Road along MD 210 southbound.

• Crews will be pouring concrete foundation for new traffic barrier along MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

• PEPCO crews are completing pipe installations along Kerby Hill Road, and the southbound service road.

• The proposed fence at the southern end of the Brookside community surrounding the storm water management pond will be a six-foot black galvanized chain link fence. The fence will be installed close to project completion.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week

• Crews will be completing sewer work behind the Exxon gas station at Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment control installations along MD 210 southbound and northbound, between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.

For more information about this project, please contact: Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
8/14/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of August 14, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Gas line crews will be continuing south of Kerby Hill Road along MD 210 southbound.

• Crews are continuing culvert extension work along MD 210 northbound and southbound.

• PEPCO crews are completing pipe installations along Kerby Hill Road, and the southbound service road.

• The proposed fence at the southern end of the Brookside community surrounding the storm water management pond will be a six-foot black galvanized chain link fence. The fence will be installed close to project completion.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will be completing sewer work behind the Exxon gas station at Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews will be pouring concrete foundation for new traffic barrier along MD 210 northbound, between Palmer and Livingston Roads next week.

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment control installations along MD 210 southbound and northbound, between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
8/7/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of August 7, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• The proposed fence at the southern end of the Brookside community surrounding the storm water management pond will be a six-foot black galvanized chain link fence. The fence will be installed towards the end of the project.

• Gas line crews will be working at the intersection of Kerby Hill and Livingston Roads, along MD 210 southbound.

• Crews are continuing culvert extension work along MD 210 northbound and southbound.

• PEPCO crews are completing pipe installations along Kerby Hill Road, and the southbound service road.

• Crews will be completing grading operations for roadway widening along MD 210, northbound between Palmer and Livingston Roads next week.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule.

Looking ahead to next week:

• Pepco crews will begin manhole work at Livingston Road, and along MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment control installations along MD 210 southbound and northbound, between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
7/31/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of July 31, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• The proposed fence at the southern end of the Brookside community surrounding the storm water management pond will be a six-foot black galvanized chain link fence. Weather and progress permitting, the fence will be installed by the end of the project in 2020.

• Crews are continuing culvert extension work along MD 210 northbound and southbound.

• PEPCO crews are completing pipe installations along Kerby Hill Road, and the southbound service road.

• Crews are grading for roadway widening along MD 210, northbound between Palmer and Livingston Roads.

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule. Looking ahead to next week
• Pepco crews will begin manhole work at Livingston Road, and along MD 210 northbound.

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment control installations along MD 210 southbound.

• Gas line crews will be working at the intersection of Kerby Hill and Livingston Roads, along MD 210 southbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
7/17/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of July 17, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews are continuing sewer line work behind Exxon gas station on Kerby Hill Road

• Crews beginning culvert extension work along 210 northbound, across from Wilson Bridge Drive

• PEPCO crews continue manhole installation work at Kerby Hill and southbound service road

• Crews are excavating and forming noise barrier wall foundations along MD 210 northbound

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and

• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule Looking ahead to next week
• Grading operations will begin along MD 210 northbound, across from Wilson Towers apartments.

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment controls installation.

• Installation of noise barrier walls and caissons will continue along MD 210 northbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
7/10/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of July 10, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews will begin sewer line work behind Exxon gas station on Kerby Hill Road.

• Crews continue storm drain work north of Livingston Road, along MD 210 northbound

• PEPCO crews continue manhole installation work at Kerby Hill and Livingston Roads

• Setting posts and installing caissons for noise barriers is ongoing, on the northbound side of MD 210 between Palmer Road and Livingston Road

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule Looking ahead to next week

• Dates for paving operations and noise barrier posts removal along MD 210 southbound, are still being determined.

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment controls.

• Installation of noise walls and caissons will continue along MD 210 northbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
7/3/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of July 3, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Both far right lanes going northbound and southbound will be closed from I-95/295 on-off ramps, to north of Palmer Road on July 8, 2017, for utility relocation and noise wall construction

• Crews to start storm drain work north of Livingston Road, along MD 210 northbound

• PEPCO crews will continue manhole installation work at Kerby Hill and Livingston Roads

• Crews will continue to set posts and install caissons for noise walls, on the northbound side of MD 210 between Palmer Road and Livingston Road

• Stream relocation work on southbound MD 210 will continue south of Kerby Hill Road

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Friday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week

• Crews will begin pavement operations at stream relocation area along MD 210 southbound.

• Determining date for noise posts removal from the southern portion of River Pointe Apartments.

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment controls.

• Installation of noise walls and caissons will continue along MD 210 northbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
6/26/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of June 26, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• The right turn lane ramp from Wilson Bridge Drive to MD 210 southbound will continue to be closed, until crews have completed work along the ramp area

• Crews to start storm drain work north of Livingston Road, along MD 210 northbound

• PEPCO crews will continue manhole installation work at Kerby Hill and Livingston Roads

• Crews will continue to set posts and install caissons for noise walls, on the northbound side of MD 210 between Palmer Road and Livingston Road

• Stream relocation work on southbound MD 210 will continue south of Kerby Hill Road

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and

• Overnight, Sunday through Saturday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week

• Determining date for noise posts removal from the southern portion of River Pointe Apartments.

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment controls.

• Installation of noise walls and caissons will continue along
MD 210 northbound.

For more information about this project, please contact

Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project
Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or

Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
6/19/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of June 19, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews replaced damaged guardrail on MD 210 median, at Wilson Bridge Drive intersection

• The right turn lane ramp from Wilson Bridge Drive to MD 210 southbound will continue to be closed, until crews have completed work along the ramp area

• PEPCO crews will continue manhole installation work at Kerby Hill and Livingston Roads

• Crews continue to set posts and install caissons for noise walls, on the northbound side of MD 210 between Palmer Road and Livingston Road

• Stream relocation work on southbound MD 210 will continue south of Kerby Hill Road

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Saturday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule
Looking ahead to next week

• Wall posts from the south of River Pointe Apartments, will be scheduled for removal.

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment controls.

• Installation of noise walls and caissons will continue along MD 210 northbound.
For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
6/12/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of June 12, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• The right turn lane ramp from Wilson Bridge Drive to MD 210 southbound will continue to be closed, until crews have completed work along the ramp area

• PEPCO crews continue utility work at Kerby Hill and Livingston Roads

• Crews continue to set posts and install caissons for noise walls, on the northbound side of MD 210 between Palmer Road and Livingston Road

• Verizon and Comcast have completed installing wires on newly relocated utility poles along the southbound service road between Kerby Hill Road and Wilson Bridge Drive

• Stream relocation work on southbound MD 210 will continue south of Kerby Hill Road

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Saturday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews will replace damaged end treatments on Wilson Bridge Drive at the MD 210 intersection.

• PEPCO manhole installation work will commence at Kerby Hill Road along MD 210 southbound.

• Continuing permanent drainage work along MD 210 south of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Crews will continue with erosion and sediment controls.

• Installation of noise walls and caissons will continue along MD 210 northbound.

For more information about this project, please contact:

Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project
Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
5/22/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of May 22, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Concluded temporary drainage work along MD 210 northbound

• Pepco crews continue utility work at Kerby Hill and Livingston Roads

• Crews continue to set posts and install caissons for noise walls, on the northbound side of MD 210 between Palmer Road and Livingston Road

• Verizon will continue installing wire on relocated Verizon utility poles along the southbound service road.

• Stream relocation work on southbound MD 210 is on hold; south of Kerby Hill Road, and will renew mid -June

• Continuing tie-in work for gas lines along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Saturday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week
• Continuing permanent drainage work along MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Continuing next phase of erosion and sediment controls.

• Installation of posts for noise walls and caissons ongoing.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
5/15/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of May 15, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Pepco crews continue utility work at Kerby Hill and Livingston Roads

• Crews continue to set posts and install caissons for noise walls, on the northbound side of MD 210 between Palmer Road and Livingston Road

• Comcast completed installing wire on utility poles, Verizon will finish installing wire on relocated Verizon utility poles along the southbound service road.

• Culvert extension and stream relocation work is ongoing on southbound MD 210, south of Kerby Hill Road

• Continue performing tie-in work along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Saturday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week:

• Gas line tie-in work continuing north of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Continuing next phase of erosion and sediment controls.

• Installation of posts for noise walls and caissons ongoing.

• Completing temporary drainage work along MD 210 northbound.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
5/8/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of May 8, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Pepco crews are continuing utility work at Kerby Hill and Livingston Roads
• Continuing to set posts and install caissons for noise walls, on the northbound side of MD 210 between Palmer Road and Livingston Road

• Comcast and Verizon will install wire on relocated Verizon utility poles along the southbound service road.

• Culvert extension and stream relocation work is ongoing on southbound MD 210, south of Kerby Hill Road

• Continuing to prepare for tie in work along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Saturday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week:

• Gas line tie-in work to commence north of Wilson Bridge Drive.

• Preparing to move into next phase of erosion and sediment controls.
• Continuing installation of posts for noise walls and caissons.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer, at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us.

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
4/24/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kirby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of April 24, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting; equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Pepco crews have begun underground utility work at Kirby Hill Road

• Continuing to set posts and install caissons for noise walls, on the northbound side of MD 210 between Palmer Road and Livingston Road

• Other ongoing work on the project includes installation of 18-inch storm drain pipes along MD 210 northbound

• Culvert extension and stream relocation work is ongoing on southbound MD 210, south of Kirby Hill Road

• Weld repair is complete at the recently installed gas line and prep work for gas line tie-in work is ongoing and scheduled to begin later this month, along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive

• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kirby Hill Road, Livingston Road, and Wilson Bridge Drive are:

• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Saturday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week

• Preparation for gas line tie-in work to commence north of Wilson Bridge Drive.
• Continuation of erosion and sediment controls.

• Verizon, Comcast, and Pepco will place utility lines on newly installed utility poles.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Abraham Kidane, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at akidane@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KirbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
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4/7/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of April 10, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting;
equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews continue to install caissons for noise wall south of Livingston Road
• Crews have completed sanitary sewer manholes and pipes at the intersection of Livingston Road and northbound MD 210 (Indian Head Highway)
• Other ongoing work on the project includes installation of 30-inch and 18-inch storm drain pipes along MD 210 northbound
• Culvert extension and stream relocation work is ongoing on southbound MD 210 south of Kerby Hill Road
• Continuing with storm drain installation and stream diversion activities, along MD 210
• Weld repair is complete at the recently installed gas line along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive
• Gas line tie-in work along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive could begin as early as this week
• Excavation for sediment ponds in the area is now complete
• Continuing to set posts and install caissons for noise walls, on the northbound side of MD 210 between Palmer Road and Livingston Road
• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive are:
• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Saturday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
• Additional work hours and lane closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week

• Preparation for gas line tie-in work, from the north end of the project to Wilson Bridge Drive, could start as early as this week.

• Crews will begin clearing trees, along southbound side of MD 210, for installation of erosion and sediment controls

• Verizon and Comcast will place utility lines on newly installed utility poles. This will take 1 – 2 weeks, weather permitting.


For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Ed Seeley, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at eseeley@sha.state.md.us

To be added to the project email list, send an email to: MD210KerbyHillLivingston@sha.state.md.us
 
3/23/2017Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of March 26, 2017

(All work is performed weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting;
equipment used for construction may be disruptive)

• Crews continue to install caissons for noise wall south of Livingston Road
• Crews have completed sanitary sewer manholes and pipes at the intersection of Livingston Road and northbound MD 210 (Indian Head Highway)
• Other ongoing work on the project includes installation of 30-inch storm drain pipes along the southbound service road near the Wilson Tower Apartments building
• Culvert extension and stream relocation work is ongoing on southbound MD 210 south of Kerby Hill Road
• Weld repair work will start at the recently installed gas line along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive
• Excavation for sediment ponds in the area is now complete
• Lane closures and permissible work hours during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive are:
• Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and
• Overnight, Sunday through Saturday, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
• Additional work hours and lance closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week
• Gas line tie-ins at the Brookside Condominium Complex should be complete by the end of April
• For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Ed Seeley, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at eseeley@sha.state.md.us
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3/10/2017Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of March 12, 2017
(All work is weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting)


• Crews continue to install caissons for noise wall north of Livingston Road
• Crews have completed sanitary sewer manholes and pipes at the intersection of Livingston Road and northbound MD 210 (Indian Head Highway)
• Other ongoing work on the project includes installation of 30-inch storm drain pipes along the southbound service road near the Wilson Tower Apartments building
• Culvert extension and stream relocation work is ongoing on southbound MD 210 south of Kerby Hill Road
• Backfilling continues at the recently installed gas line along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive
• Excavation for sediment ponds in the area is now complete
• Lane closures are permissible during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive are weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and overnight, Sunday through Saturday from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Additional work hours and lance closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week:
• Gas line tie-ins at the Brookside Condominium Complex should be complete by the end of March
• For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Ed Seeley, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at eseeley@sha.state.md.us
 
3/2/2017Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of March 5, 2017
(All work is weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting)


• Crews continue to install caissons for noise wall north and south of Livingston Road
• Crews also continue to install sanitary sewer manholes and pipes at the intersection of Livingston Road and northbound MD 210 (Indian Head Highway)
• Other ongoing work on the project includes installation of 30-inch storm drain pipes along the southbound service road near the Wilson Tower Apartments building
• Culvert extension construction is ongoing on southbound MD 210 south of Kerby Hill Road
• Backfilling continues at the recently installed gas line along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive
• Crews continue excavation for sediment ponds in the area
• Lane closures are permissible during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive are weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and overnight, Sunday through Saturday from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Additional work hours and lance closure times may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week

• Gas line tie-ins at the Brookside Condominium Complex should be complete by the end of March
• For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md,us or Mr. Ed Seeley, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at eseeley@sha.state.md.us
 
2/24/2017Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of February, 26, 2017
(All work is weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting)


• Crews continue to install caissons for noise wall north and south of Livingston Road
• Crews also continue to install sanitary sewer manholes and pipes at the intersection of Livingston Road and northbound MD 210 (Indian Head Highway)
• Other ongoing work on the project includes installation of 30-inch storm drain pipes along the southbound service road near the Wilson Tower Apartments building
• Culvert extension construction is ongoing on southbound MD 210 south of Kerby Hill Road
• Backfilling continues at the recently installed gas line along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive
• Crews will continue excavation for sediment ponds in the area
• Lane closures are permissible during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive are weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and overnight, Sunday through Saturday from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Additional work hours and lance closure times ,may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week:

• Crews are now scheduled to begin gas line tie-ins at the Brookside Condominium Complex this week. No impact to gas service is expected. Weather and progress permitting, the gas tie-in work should be complete by the end of March

• For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md,us or Mr. Ed Seeley, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at eseeley@sha.state.md.us
 
2/20/2017Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of February, 20, 2017
(All work is weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting)

• Crews continue to install caissons for noise wall north and south of Livingston Road
• Crews also continue to install sanitary sewer manholes and pipes at the intersection of Livingston Road and northbound MD 210 (Indian Head Highway)
• Other ongoing work on the project includes installation of 30-inch storm drain pipes along the southbound service road near the Wilson Tower Apartments building
• Culvert extension construction is ongoing on southbound MD 210 south of Kerby Hill Road
• Backfilling continues at the recently installed gas line along southbound MD 210 north of Wilson Bridge Drive
• Crews will continue installation of erosion and sediment controls within the project limits
• Lane closures are permissible during all phases of work for the duration of the project on MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive are weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and overnight, Sunday through Saturday from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Additional work hours and lance closure times ,may be necessary to expedite all phases of work to keep the project on schedule

Looking ahead to next week

• Crews are now scheduled to begin gas line tie-ins at the Brookside Condominium Complex by the end of February. No impact to gas service is expected. Weather and progress permitting, the gas tie-in work should be complete by the end of March

• For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Ed Seeley, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at eseeley@sha.state.md.us
 
2/13/2017Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration
MD 210 Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road Interchange Project Update
For the Week of February, 13, 2017

(All work is weather, emergency, manpower and progress permitting)

• Crews continue to install posts and caissons for noise wall south of Livingston Road
• Crews also continue to install sanitary sewer manholes and pipes at the intersection of Livingston Road and northbound MD 210
• Other ongoing work on the project includes installation of 30-inch storm drain pipes along the southbound service road near the Wilson Tower Apartments building
• Culvert extension construction is ongoing on southbound MD 210 south of Kerby Hill Road
• Backfilling continues at the recently installed gas line along southbound MD 210
• Crews will continue installation of erosion and sediment controls with the project limits
• Overnight this week, crews will install manhole covers on northbound MD 210 between Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive
• Lane closures are permissible during all phases of work along MD 210, Kerby Hill Road, Livingston Road and Wilson Bridge Drive weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and overnight, Sunday through Saturday from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Looking ahead to next week

• Crews are scheduled to begin gas line tie-ins at the Brookside Condominium Complex the week of February 20. No impact to gas service is expected

• For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at djackson2@sha.state.md,us or Mr. Ed Seeley, SHA District 3 Area Engineer at eseeley@sha.state.md.us
 
11/1/2016***TRAFFIC ALERT***

A SECTION OF BALD EAGLE ROAD NEAR INDIAN HEAD HIGHWAY TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR REPAIR

Bald Eagle Road to be Detoured through Late Fall; Drivers Should Plan Extra Commute Time

(November 1, 2016) – Beginning tomorrow afternoon, the Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) begins emergency roadway slope repairs on Bald Eagle Road. The work area is located near the inner loop of I-95/I-495 (Capital Beltway) exit ramp to MD 210 (Indian Head Highway) in Prince George’s County. Weather and progress permitting, the work should be complete late fall.

The roadway shoulder has deteriorated and will be repaired. SHA will drive metal pilings beneath the ground and repair the slope. Once all pilings are installed, SHA will maintain through traffic to complete the remainder of the work by shifting traffic lanes within the work zone or a flagging operation.

The Capital Beltway exit ramp to MD 210 will remain open, however; motorists will not be permitted to drive through Bald Eagle Road intersection during the work. MD 210 travel lanes will remain open.

Drivers will be guided to northbound MD 210, Livingston Road and then to MD 414 (St. Barnabas Road/Oxon Hill Road) to access Bald Eagle Road via the overpass during the repair.

SHA will use electronic message boards, directional arrow panel and signage to guide motorists through the work zone detour. Drivers should plan ahead and expect delays.

Customers who have questions about this work may contact Mr. Scott Wilson, SHA District 3 Area Engineer, at swilson4@sha.state.md.us or 301-513-7366.
For the latest real-time travel information, log onto www.md511.org or call 1-855-466-3511 using a hands-free device.
 
10/5/2016Ongoing utility reconstruction work necessary for the project to proceed continues this fall.

Drivers are reminded of the permissible lane closures, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the following roads:

* MD 210 southbound from I-495/295 (Capital Beltway) off-ramps to Palmer Road

* MD 210 northbound from Palmer Rd. to I-495/295 on-
ramps.
* Kerby Hill Rd. eastbound from Neville Pl. to MD 210.

The project is now 20 percent complete. Weather and progress permitting, the project should be complete by late 2018.
 
9/9/2016SHA's contractor crews continue to relocate utilities within the project limits; this includes electric, water, sewer, gas and telecommunication connections. Most of this work is occurring along the southbound MD 210 service road, and the area near Wilson Towers apartment complex.

Crews are also performing work for concrete retaining walls, concrete testing and soil compaction testing for underground utilities. Sound wall construction is scheduled to begin this fall.

The overall project is designed to remove two at-grade intersections at Wilson Bridge Drive and Kerby Hill Road/Livingston Road and replace them with a new interchange. Once construction is complete, drivers will use ramps to access MD 210.

 
7/26/2016Utility relocation work for the project continues including electric, water, sewer, gas and telecommunication provider work. Other current project activity includes preliminary work on concrete retaining walls, concrete testing and soil compaction testing for underground utilities.

The project now stands at 17% complete. For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project engineer at 301-252-5086, djackson2@sha.state.md.us or Mr. Ed Seeley, SHA District 3 Project Engineer at 301-513-7374, eseeley@sha.state.md.us,
 
4/21/2016SHA is reviewing its projects to determine any potential impacts connected to an ongoing work stoppage by a large telecommunications provider as it relates to project utility relocations.
 
2/22/2016The Maryland Department of Transportations’ State Highway Administration (SHA) appreciates the attendance of area community residents and representatives at the informational meeting on February 18, 2016. Maps and displays are now available on this project web page.

The feedback and comments were helpful to the project team; SHA and its contractors look forward to working with the community as this design-build project moves forward.

The project will replace the existing at-grade MD 210 intersection with Kerby Hill Road/Livingston Road with a grade-separated interchange and entry/exit ramps.

Other improvements include the addition of access roads for residents and businesses, retaining walls and noise barriers near qualifying residential properties, and improved access for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Pre-construction is scheduled to begin in spring 2016, during which time crews will begin relocating utilities (electrical, water, etc.). This work will require single lane closures.

Please drive at the appropriate speed through the work zones, and remain alert for workers.
 
2/19/2016The Maryland Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) State Highway Administration thanks you for attending the project’s public meeting held Thursday, February 18.

Construction activities completed to date include the advanced clearing and tree removal along northbound MD 210 between Palmer Road and I-95/I-495 (Capital Beltway). This work was necessary for advanced utility relocation work and future road widening activities.

With the advanced clearing and tree removal work along northbound MD 210 now complete, utility companies continue the process of relocating their water, sewer, electric, gas, and telecommunications lines. Work during this phase will mostly take place during daytime hours but crews are permitted to work Sunday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. This work is expected to continue through late 2016.

Travel lanes on MD 210 travel may be shifted toward the median to allow additional work areas for all utility relocation work. All lanes will remain open to traffic during peak hours. Crews are also permitted to temporarily close a single left or right traffic lane on northbound or southbound MD 210, Sunday-Saturday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

The long term detour for future construction activity will not be in place until summer 2017. SHA will conduct full community media and other outreach well in advance of next summer’s detour.
The following SHA representatives are available to answer questions regarding this MD 210 project:

Mr. David Jackson, SHA District 3 Project Engineer, djackson2@sha.state.md.us, 301-252-5086

Mr. Kevin Oberheim, SHA District 3 Area Engineer, koberheim@sha.state.md.us, 301-513-7372
 
1/26/2016The MD 210 Interchange Pre-Construction Workshop is now scheduled for Thursday, February 18, 2016 at 6 p.m. (rescheduled due to county school closures from the January 21-24 snowstorm). A brief presentation will take place at 6:30 p.m.
 
1/19/2016Utility relocation activity is scheduled through late spring 2016. For more information about this project, please attend the Pre-Construction Workshop on January 26, 2016 at Oxon Hill Elementary School. Attendees will be able to meet the project team and ask questions.
 
11/23/2015Crews will continue clearing and grubbing, utility relocation activity through late spring to prepare for future widening for the project. The project currently stands at 7% complete.

For more information about this project, please contact Mr. David Jackson, SHA Project Engineer at 301.252.5086 or djackson2@sha.state.md.us


 
8/27/2015The Maryland Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) State Highway Administration (SHA) is beginning pre-construction activity along MD 210 (Indian Head Highway) at Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road for its upcoming interchange construction project. The activity includes clearing of vegetation and tree removal between Palmer Road and I-95/I-495 (Capital Beltway). The work is necessary for upcoming utility relocation work and future road widening activity. There will be no lane closures during this phase of work.

Weather permitting, the clearing work should be complete by the end of 2015. Once the clearing work is complete, gas, water, electricity and telecommunication utility relocation will begin before future construction phases can begin.

To expedite the work zone clearing, crews are permitted to work Sunday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The following SHA representatives are available to answer questions regarding this or future activities on this MD 210 project:

--Mr. David Jackson, SHA District 3 Project Engineer, djackson2@sha.state.md.us, 301-252-5086

--Mr. Kevin Oberheim, SHA Area Engineer, koberheim@sha.state.md.us, 301-513-7372
 
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