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Virtual Public Meeting on March 15
(March 1, 2023) – The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration will host a virtual public meeting from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, to share information and answer project-related questions about the planned safety and intersection improvement project along MD 202 (Landover Road) in the Cheverly area of Prince George’s County. The project is proposing improvements to enhance pedestrian and bicycle safety and reduce crashes along one-third of a mile (1850 linear feet) of MD 202 from MD 450 (Annapolis Road) to 57th Avenue.
The project area encompasses intersections along MD 202 including Randolph Street, Quincy Street, 55th Avenue, 56th Avenue, 57th Avenue, 56th Place and MD 202B. The design phase is expected to be completed this fall.
MD 202 project in Prince George's County
“The State Highway Administration is committed to providing our customers with multi-modal transportation options, and improvements along MD 202 will help ensure the safety of those who walk, bike and drive through this busy area,” said State Highway Administration Administrator Tim Smith. “We encourage the public to take part in the virtual meeting to learn about the project and how to stay informed.”
Project information, a description of options being considered and the Microsoft Teams link to join the March 15 Virtual Public Meeting is available on the MD 202 project portal page. The public also may listen to the meeting by dialing 1-667-262-2962 and using conference ID +907 756 491#. Meeting materials will be posted to the project portal page following the meeting. Submitting questions and comments in advance of the meeting is encouraged. Attendees also may send questions or comments through the Microsoft Teams Questions and Answers feature during the meeting.
Those requiring assistance to participate in the virtual public meeting, such as those desiring an interpreter for hearing/speech difficulties or assistance with the English language, should send an email to SHATitleVI@MDOTmaryland.gov. Please indicate the desired language in the subject line. The Maryland Relay Service can assist teletype users at 7-1-1.
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