FIX 198 NOW
CALLING ON STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION TO MAKE 198 SAFER
Learn more about MD 198 and SHA's Corridor Improvement Study using the links below.
This website is not affiliated with or endorsed by the Maryland State Highway Administration.
MD 198: A safe place for drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, and businesses to commute, live, visit, and work.
Our mission is to promote near-term and long-term safety improvements on MD-198 through collaborative planning, network building, community action, and policy advocacy.
This website is intended to inform local residents about the issues and provide some potential solutions, with the objective of engaging and empowering the community to develop and advocate for a locally-preferred alternative.
We use a consensus-based approach to develop a consistent list of demands for improvements along MD 198.
A CONSISTENT group message is CRITICAL to achieving our goal. If local individuals, businesses, and organizations cannot form a consensus, SHA and other decision-makers may decide to dismiss our concerns and implement their own plan, which may be contrary to the community's preferences.
The following organizations, businesses, and individuals agree that SHA needs to do more to make 198 safer for ALL users, including cars, trucks, bicycles, and pedestrians.
If you represent a business, organization, or neighborhood and would like to get involved, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact Brian Anleu at 240-777-7822 / Brian.Anleu@montgomerycountymd.gov. Brian lives in Burtonsville, works for councilmember Tom Hucker, and has been extremely helpful in forming the Coalition.