MD 210 sign)December 8 Meeting will Present Results, Recommendations and Next Steps (November 28, 2022) – The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA), in collaboration with Prince George’s County, will host a virtual public meeting from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, December 8, to present study results, recommendations and next steps for the ongoing MD 210 Pedestrian and Bicycle Study. The study area includes the MD 210 corridor between 1-95/I-495 (Capital Beltway) and Old Fort Road in the Fort Washington and Oxon Hill communities. The purpose of the study is to develop a comprehensive roadmap for future roadway projects and determine how to best implement pedestrian and bicyclist facilities while addressing motorists’ needs along the corridor. Recommendations from this study may become part of larger roadway improvements as well as stand-alone projects based on needs and funding. “MDOT SHA is committed to providing our customers safe and reliable multi-modal transportation options,” said MDOT SHA Administrator Tim Smith. “As we move into preliminary design, the study is a tool that will help us coordinate vulnerable users’ travel needs with the needs of motorists in this growing area of Prince George’s County.” With the completion of this planning study, MDOT SHA will begin next steps toward constructing shared-use paths and upgrading existing facilities. The preliminary design for Phase 1 is anticipated to be reached by summer 2024. The link to join the December 8 virtual public meeting via Microsoft Teams is available on the MD 210 Project Portal page or by clicking here. The public also may listen to the meeting by dialing 1-667-262-2962 and using conference ID 415113 435#. Meeting materials will be posted to the Project Portal Page following the meeting. Submitting questions and comments in advance of the virtual meeting is encouraged. Attendees also may send questions or comments through the Microsoft Teams Q&A feature during the virtual meeting. Persons 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 desired language in the subject line. The Maryland Relay Service can assist teletype users at 7-1-1. Maryland’s Move Over Law requires motorists to make a lane change or slow down when approaching any stopped, standing, or parked vehicle displaying hazard warning lights, road flares, or other caution signals. The expanded law is in place to protect emergency responders and motorists who encounter a roadside emergency. 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.