from the Maryland Department of Health Link
MDOT SHA will determine if the community is impacted by highway traffic noise and if the construction of a sound barrier is reasonable and feasible. Only barriers that are determined to be both reasonable and feasible will be approved.
To determine your eligibility, start by reviewing MDOT SHA sound barrier guidelines and policy
Visit the Request for Service page
here. In the Topic pull-down menu, select “Sound Barriers.”
Construction of a sound barrier may be both feasible and reasonable and the community deemed eligible to have a sound barrier constructed. However, funds may not be readily available for these barriers. In that case, the project application will go on an eligibility wait list and the barrier will be constructed once funds become available.
Read the instructions at PLACING SIGNS, ADVERTISEMENTS AND MEMORIALS ALONG STATE ROUTES, then contact your MDOT SHA district office. A list of district offices is
Know Your Roads, which can tell if your street is managed by MDOT SHA, the Maryland Transportation Authority, county, city, or other government.
Special Events on Maryland Highways for information.
Visit the Contact MDOT SHA page
here. You can phone the MDOT SHA Statewide Operations Center at 410-582-5650 or 800-543-2515, or call your
local district office.
We're available on the following channels.