SHA reveals preliminary results of MD 28/198 study
May 25, 2017
Earlier this week, the State Highway Administration (SHA) shared some preliminary results of the 28/198 Corridor Improvement Study, which could transform the major highway in Spencerville and Burtonsville. The public is invited to share their opinions about the study at the public hearing on June 19, 2017 at Blake High School (more info below).
Where can I find information about the project?
According to project manager Jeremy Beck, the main project report, the Environmental Assessment, is currently being reviewed by the Federal Highway Administration and will be available on the project webpage for public review on or before June 2nd.
Detailed maps that show property impacts will be finalized and posted following the June 5th Open House for those who have property that could be potentially displaced.
Until more detailed information is made available, SHA has released a 40-page project brochure, which they said were recently mailed out to interested and affected residents and property owners.
Provided by SHA: Come to the upcoming Public Hearing regarding improvements to the MD 28 / MD 198 corridor! Provide written or verbal (public or private) comments for public record before a preferred alternative is selected. Please contact Mr. Beck by June 12, 2017 to add your name to the speakers’ list.
WHEN Monday, June 19, 2017 6:00 PM – Displays 7:00 PM – Presentation/Testimony
WHERE James H. Blake High School (Auditorium) 300 Norwood Road, Silver Spring, MD 20905
CONTACT Mr. Jeremy Beck, Project Manager Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration Project Management Division 707 North Calvert Street, MS C-301 Baltimore, MD 21202 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 410-545-8518 Toll Free: 1-800-548-5026