Projects (Future Construction)

Where can I find information about current construction and maintenance projects, such as where they are and how long they will last?

Visit the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) Project Portal to find out about construction projects that are planned or underway near you. You can also contact one of MDOT SHA’s seven district offices throughout Maryland that oversee construction and maintenance projects. Click here to locate your local district office.

Other Important Numbers

  • Baltimore City Information/Switchboard: 410-396-5198
  • Washington DC Road Conditions: 202-673-6630
  • Pennsylvania Road Conditions: 800-331-3414
  • Virginia Department of Transportation: 703-383-VDOT (8368)

Where can I find out about future construction and maintenance projects, such as where they will be and how long they will last?

Road projects can be built by the State, county or local government. Contact your county MDOT SHA Regional Planner through your district office for information on State projects and for contacts regarding county or local projects. For more information, visit here to access MDOT SHA Regional Planning. You can also contact the MDOT SHA Office of Planning and Preliminary Engineering (OPPE) at 410-545-0411 or the Project Planning Division toll free at 800-548-5026.

What is the CTP and can I receive a copy?

The Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP) is Maryland’s six-year capital budget for transportation projects. The Capital Program includes major and minor projects for the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) and related MDOT business units, including the Maryland Aviation Administration, the Motor Vehicle Administration, the Maryland Transit Administration, MDOT SHA, the Maryland Port Administration, and the Maryland Transportation Authority, as well as the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. CTP shows an expanded description for each major project, along with a list of minor capital projects.

For more information, see the MDOT Consolidated Transportation Program.