Still Time to Comment on the DEIS

Comments on the I-495 and I-270 Managed Lanes Study Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation will be accepted through November 9, 2020.

Comments on the I-495 and I-270 Managed Lanes Study Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation will be accepted through November 9, 2020.

Comments on the I-495 and I-270 Managed Lanes Study Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation will be accepted through November 9, 2020.

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I-495 & I-270 Managed Lanes Study

FHWA and MDOT SHA completed the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation for the Managed Lanes Study, with the Notice of Availability published in the Federal Register on July 10, 2020. The Joint Federal/State Application (JPA) for the Alternation of any Floodplain, Waterway, Tidal or Nontidal Wetland in Maryland has also been received by the Maryland Department of the Environmental (MDE) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Public and agency comments on the DEIS will be accepted through November 9, 2020.. Comments on the JPA will be accepted by the USACE, Baltimore District through November 6, 2020 and by MDE through November 9, 2020.

FHWA and MDOT SHA completed the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation for the Managed Lanes Study, with the Notice of Availability published in the Federal Register on July 10, 2020. The Joint Federal/State Application (JPA) for the Alternation of any Floodplain, Waterway, Tidal or Nontidal Wetland in Maryland has also been received by the Maryland Department of the Environmental (MDE) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Public and agency comments on the DEIS will be accepted through November 9, 2020. Comments on the JPA will be accepted by the USACE, Baltimore District through November 6, 2020 and by MDE through November 9, 2020.

FHWA and MDOT SHA completed the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation for the Managed Lanes Study, with the Notice of Availability published in the Federal Register on July 10, 2020. The Joint Federal/State Application (JPA) for the Alternation of any Floodplain, Waterway, Tidal or Nontidal Wetland in Maryland has also been received by the Maryland Department of the Environmental (MDE) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Public and agency comments on the DEIS will be accepted through November 9, 2020. Comments on the JPA will be accepted by the USACE, Baltimore District through November 6, 2020 and by MDE through November 9, 2020.

FHWA and MDOT SHA completed the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation for the Managed Lanes Study, with the Notice of Availability published in the Federal Register on July 10, 2020. The Joint Federal/State Application (JPA) for the Alternation of any Floodplain, Waterway, Tidal or Nontidal Wetland in Maryland has also been received by the Maryland Department of the Environmental (MDE) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Public and agency comments on the DEIS will be accepted through November 9, 2020. Comments on the JPA will be accepted by the USACE, Baltimore District through November 6, 2020 and by MDE through November 9, 2020.

FHWA and MDOT SHA completed the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation for the Managed Lanes Study, with the Notice of Availability published in the Federal Register on July 10, 2020. The Joint Federal/State Application (JPA) for the Alternation of any Floodplain, Waterway, Tidal or Nontidal Wetland in Maryland has also been received by the Maryland Department of the Environmental (MDE) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Public and agency comments on the DEIS will be accepted through November 9, 2020.. Comments on the JPA will be accepted by the USACE, Baltimore District through November 6, 2020 and by MDE through November 9, 2020.

FHWA and MDOT SHA completed the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) and Draft Section 4(f) Evaluation for the Managed Lanes Study, with the Notice of Availability published in the Federal Register on July 10, 2020. The Joint Federal/State Application (JPA) for the Alternation of any Floodplain, Waterway, Tidal or Nontidal Wetland in Maryland has also been received by the Maryland Department of the Environmental (MDE) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Public and agency comments on the DEIS will be accepted through November 9, 2020.. Comments on the JPA will be accepted by the USACE, Baltimore District through November 6, 2020 and by MDE through November 9, 2020.

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Private Partnerships (P3)

Hear about the P3 method for delivering public infrastructure projects such as the I-495 and I-270 P3 Program and others in the state of Maryland.

Hear about the P3 method for delivering public infrastructure projects such as the I-495 and I-270 P3 Program and others in the state of Maryland.

Hear about the P3 method for delivering public infrastructure projects such as the I-495 and I-270 P3 Program and others in the state of Maryland.

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Check out the latest on the P3 Program.

Check out the latest on the P3 Program.

Summer 2020 I-495 & I-270
P3 Program Newsletter

September 2019 I-495 & I-270
P3 Program Newsletter

Transit Benefits

See how Managed Lanes can help transit systems move people faster and more efficiently, even when traffic congestion gets in the way.

See how Managed Lanes can help transit systems move people faster and more efficiently, even when traffic congestion keeps getting in the way.

See how Managed Lanes can help transit systems move people faster and more efficiently, even when traffic congestion keeps getting in the way.

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I-495 & I-270 P3 Program.

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I-495 & I-270 P3 Program.

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I-495 & I-270 P3 Program.

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The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) announced the Traffic Relief Plan to reduce traffic congestion, increase economic development, but most importantly, enhance safety and return quality of life to Maryland commuters. This announcement goes hand-in-hand with the State’s determination and commitment to deliver state-of-the-art transportation solutions to Maryland residents.

To help address some of Maryland’s transportation challenges, the Traffic Relief Plan will incorporate many projects around the state by providing a “system of systems” for users including improvements to highways and transit. The largest initiative in the Traffic Relief Plan will evaluate improvements in the I-495 and I-270 corridors, which will consider transformative solutions to address congestion along these highways in Montgomery, Prince George’s, and Frederick Counties.

The I-495 & I-270 P3 Program is a historic effort to reduce congestion for millions of Maryland drivers by seeking input from the private sector to design, build, finance, operate, and maintain improvements on both I-495 and I-270. Improvements will be focused to transform these overloaded interstates to allow people to reach their destinations faster and to remove overflow traffic from the local roads.

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