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Welcome to the SHA Projects Web Page

Welcome to SHA's Highway Development Project Information pages. In addition to project information, this application presents the current status of funded highway transportation projects within Maryland.



Long Range Planning coordination with local government and with the annual update to the State’s 20 Year Highway Needs Inventory. The Highway Needs Inventory serves as a basis for setting priorities for major capital improvement projects within the Maryland Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) six year Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP). Once the top priority projects from across the state are selected and approved by the Governor, they are included in the Final CTP and submitted to the General Assembly for budget approval.

The State's Highway Development process involves four phases of project activity. Each phase must be approved and receive funding before work being on that phase

  • Planning Phase (which takes roughly 30 to 36 months from Funded Year to completion),
  • Engineering Phase (which takes roughly 18 to 36 months from Funded Year to completion),
  • Right-of-Way Phase (which may take from 6 to 18 months from Funded Year to project clear for construction. Actual completion of all acquisitions may take longer. This phase may begin at any point during the Highway Development Process), and
  • Construction Phase (which takes roughly 1 to 3 construction seasons from Funded Year to completion).


The project information presented on the following web pages represent only those projects that are used to develop the CTP for SHA funding. Information on other projects such as Minor System Preservation is not available on the web site at this time. That includes projects such as resurfacing, minor intersection improvements, sound walls, sidewalk retrofit program, streetscapes, traffic signing lighting and signalization, noise barrier, bridge rehabilitation and Enhancement Projects (transportation-related community amenities managed by SHA for project Sponsors).

Other major projects are not included on this page, but have their own web links. Those projects links are listed here:


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Total Projects: 199 (Planning = 41, Design = 87, Construction = 71)
Note : The map shows approximate location/area.

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