INFORMATION

Phase 2: 2008-2013

Phase 1 2000-2007

Intersection Improvements

  Project Description Capital Costs1
1 Pleasant Valley Road/ Route 40 Addition of a second southbound right turn lane and a second southbound left turn lane. $1.48
2 Salem Church Road/ Route 40/Porter Road Addition of a second southbound and northbound through lane and a second eastbound and westbound left turn lane. $1.01
3 Walther Road/Route 40 (long-term) Addition of a southbound left turn lane to provide double left turn lanes, a through lane, and a right turn lane southbound; minor widening and restriping to provide a left turn lane, a through lane, and a right turn lane northbound; a second eastbound left turn lane to provide eastbound double left turn lanes; and a second northbound through lane to accommodate the eastbound double left turns. $1.01
4 SR1 southbound ramp/ Route 40 Minor widening of the ramp to increase storage at the intersection. $0.43
Subtotal $4.04

Widening of Route 40

  Project Description Capital Costs1
5 SR 72 to Scotland Drive Addition of a third through lane in each direction on Route 40 from approximately ¼ mile west of SR 72 to approximately ¼ mile west of Scotland Drive. $4.71
6 Church Road to Walther Road Addition of a third through lane in each direction on Route 40 from approximately ¼ mile west of Church Road to approximately ¼ mile west of Walther Road to tie into the project below. $5.88
7 Walther Road to Governors Square Addition of a third through lane in each direction on Route 40 from approximately ¼ mile west of Walther Road to tie into the existing widened section. $3.27
Subtotal $13.86

Interchanges/Grade Separations

  Project Description Capital Costs1
8 Route 40/SR 896 interchange Grade separation of the intersection of Route 40 and SR 896. All concepts considered taking SR 896 over Route 40. $30.22
9 Route 40/SR 7 interchange Grade separation of the intersection of Route 40 and SR 7. Concepts are currently being considered for both SR 7 over Route 40 and Route 40 over SR 7. $18.89
Subtotal $49.11

Arterial, Collector, and Local Road Improvements

  Project Description Capital Costs1
10 Old Porter Road (Porter Road to SR 71) Reconstruction of Old Porter Road to provide bike lanes along both sides of the roadway. $1.14

Sidepaths2

  Project Description Capital Costs1
  Route 40 (SR 896 to SR 72) Addition of sidepaths along both sides of Route 40. $4.11
  Route 13 (Route 40 to Tybouts Corner) Addition of sidepaths along both sides of Route 13. Tied to the Route 13 Corridor Study. $4.79
  SR 896 (Old Baltimore Pike to Porter Road) Addition of sidepaths along both sides of SR 896. $6.34
Subtotal $15.24

Sidewalks and Bike Lanes

  Project Description Capital Costs1
  Salem Church Road (I-95 to Route 40) Addition of bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides of the roadway. $6.98
  Del Laws Road Addition of sidewalks on both sides of the roadway. $1.84
  School Bell Road Addition of bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides of the roadway. $3.90
  Old County Road (Glasgow Avenue to Frazer Road) Addition of sidewalks on both sides of the roadway. $2.79
Subtotal $15.51

Transit Improvements

  Project Description Capital Costs1
  Preservation and expansion of park and ride capacity in the corridor Continuation of same task in Phase I. $1.10

Access Management3

  Project Description Capital Costs1
  Access management on selected developed properties Inter-parcel connections, joint access, restriction of access, or other means to reasonably reduce the number of access points on Route 40. $0.83
  Closure of all median openings that are not or will not be signalized Elimination of median openings as Route 40 is widened to reduce conflicts on the newly widened roadway $0.50
Subtotal $1.33

Planning Studies

    Funding for implementation of planning studies conducted in Phase I. $14.37

Plan Management

    Land use monitoring, traffic monitoring, trigger implementation, and Corridor Monitoring Committee involvement. $0.60
Phase II Total $116.30

Notes:

1 - Costs in millions (1999 dollars). All costs include preliminary engineering, construction, right-of-way acquisition, and ITMS improvements.

2 - Sidepath: A pathway designated for pedestrians and bicyclists that is physically separated from traffic by an open space or barrier. A sidepath is at least 10' wide.

3 - Access Management: Access management limits and/or removes the number of points at which a vehicle may enter or exit a highway. It may include combining entrances and parking lots and adding service roads.

Scheduling and scope of projects is based on the Project Team's best estimate and is subject to change based on results of monitoring