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U.S. 29 Corridor, Stewart Lane to Dustin Road
Montgomery County, MD

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The Combined Location/Design Public Hearing was held on January 25, 1989 and a Supplemental Public Meeting was held on March 20, 1990.

The Final Environmental Impact Statement (F.E.I.S.) was approved by Federal Highway Administration in March of 1995. The selected alternate in this approved document included construction of grade-separated interchanges north of MD 650. The area between MD 650 and the Howard County Line would be converted into a controlled access facility with grade-separated interchanges and all median crossovers and traffic signals north of MD 650 would be removed.

Since 1995, as a result of the FEIS study, one intersection (US 29 and MD 193) has been widened to address capacity and safety concerns. Three of the other interchanges have been funded for final design, right-of-way and construction and added to the Construction Section of the Consolidated Transportation Program 2002-2007. These interchanges are US 29 at Randolph Road, US 29 at Briggs Chaney Road and US 29 at MD 198 and Dustin Road. The other interchanges are funded for portions of final design and right-of-way but not construction.


This page was last updated on 08/06/2002

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