North Laurel/savage

September 01, 1993

NSA commute gets easier

County residents who commute on Route 32 to the National Security Agency no longer have to snake around traffic barriers to cross the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, thanks to a new bridge that opened yesterday.

The bridge, which takes the eastbound lanes of Route 32 over the parkway, is part of a $5.6 million project to improve the interchange, which is just over the Anne Arundel County line.

The project also added three loops to the interchange to make it a full cloverleaf, and a two-lane ramp from the northbound parkway that feeds traffic onto eastbound Route 32 and

allows motorists to enter NSA without having to get on Route 32.

The new configuration should make driving easier for motorists coming from Howard to get onto the northbound parkway. Until yesterday, they had to line up for a left-turn signal to get on a single northbound ramp.


* Savage: 8500 block of Storch Woods Drive: An undisclosed amount of money was taken from an unlocked apartment Saturday.

* North Laurel: 9400 block of N. Laurel Road: Jewelry and an undetermined amount of money was taken between Aug. 22 and Thursday after someone pried open a rear basement window of a residence.

First block of Lawson Lane: Phones were taken from a construction trailer late Thursday or early Friday after someone pried the bar from the front door.

9500 block of Durness Lane: A construction trailer door was pried open and a phone taken Thursday or Friday.

* Jessup: 7100 block of Montevideo Road: Police found the front door of Tate Access Floors shattered Saturday afternoon and arrested a 30-year-old Glen Burnie man inside. Charles Henry Evans Jr. was charged with breaking and entering, and was being held at the Howard County Detention Center last night in lieu of $5,000 bond.

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