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10/6/2010SHA to Resurface MD 22 (Churchville Road East) in the Town of Bel Air, Harford County

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) will resurface the one-way section of MD 22 (Churchville Road East) between Bond Street and US 1 Business within the Town of Bel Air, beginning or about Wednesday night, October 6.   

 

The road work will be done only at night, with temporary overnight closures of Churchville Road East between Bond Street and US 1 Business South between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. the next morning, Sunday – Thursday.  During the overnight road closure, all travelers using Churchville Road East to reach US 1 Business South will be directed to turn left onto Bond Street and then right onto US 1 Business South. 

 

The $109,000 project is made possible through Governor Martin O’Malley’s aggressive management of the requirements of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, bringing critically needed transportation investments to Maryland.  Projects such as these are stimulating Maryland’s economy by supporting hundreds of jobs.  You can follow the delivery of these projects at www.recovery.maryland.gov, which tracks every category of ARRA spending and provides contract-level details to the public in an effort to achieve new levels of government transparency and efficiency.  The State’s contractor for the project is Gray & Son, Inc. of Timonium.  The project will be complete late October, weather permitting.

 

Citizens who have any questions regarding highway maintenance on Churchville Road or other State highways in Harford County, may contact SHA’s District Four Office – Maintenance Division, in Hunt Valley at 410-229-2360 or toll-free at 1-866-998-0367.

 

SHA encourages all motorists to drive responsibly and “Think Orange” while driving through highway work zones by driving the speed limit and remaining alert at all times.  Learn more about work zone safety and Maryland’s Choose Safety for Life campaign at www.choosesafetyforlife.com.  

 


 
 
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