MD 210 sign)(June 15, 2021) – On Monday, June 14, the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) opened the interchange and ramps for the MD 210 (Indian Head Highway) at Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road project in the Oxon Hill area of Prince George’s County. The $125 million interchange replaces the MD 210 intersection and eliminates two traffic signals near I-495 (Capital Beltway), improving safety, mobility and relieving congestion. The new traffic pattern is a significant milestone for the project, which is entering its final stages. Crews expect to complete work by the end of the year.The new Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road overpass accommodates free flow of traffic on MD 210. Additionally, motorists can make right and left turns from northbound and southbound MD 210 onto Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road and from Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road onto northbound and southbound MD 210. To complete the final phase of construction, crews may temporarily close lanes on MD 210 at Livingston Road/Kerby Hill Road weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. and Sunday through Thursday, 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. the following day. Additional lane closures and work times may be needed to complete all work and keep the project on schedule. Learn more HERE.MDOT SHA works hard to maintain safe traffic mobility in work zones for our crews as well as our customers. Drivers need to stay alert, focus on driving and, look for reduced speed limits, as well as other driving pattern changes. Please drive like you work here and slow down in construction zones.For a list of all major MDOT SHA projects, go to Project Portal. Visit our homepage at roads.maryland.gov. For a look at real-time traffic conditions, go to md511.maryland.gov. Editor’s NoteFrom intersection improvements to widening and new interchange construction, MDOT SHA is investing in projects to enhance the commute and daily travel for millions of Marylanders. MDOT SHA maintains more than 2,500 bridges and 17,000 miles of non-toll state roads – the interstate, US and state numbered routes in Maryland’s 23 counties.