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Maryland Department of Transportation promises $1.4M for improvements projects to ease traffic on Anne Arundel roads

October 14, 2022

The Maryland Department of Transportation is expected to give $1.4 million in funding for road improvement projects aimed at unclogging sections of three high-traffic state highways in Anne Arundel County. A project to add a lane to Ritchie Highway — a section of Route 2 in Arnold running between U.S. Route 50 and Arnold Road — is scheduled to receive $800,000 from MDOT and $200,000 from the county in 2023, the second installment of the design cost. Earlier this year, the department contributed $800,000 and the county devoted $200,000 to the project, which includes a new sidewalk and a connection to the B&A Trail.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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