Permanent roundabout being built in Lisbon

October 11, 1993

The State Highway Administration will convert the temporary roundabout at the intersection of Routes 94 and 144 in Lisbon, south of the Carroll-Howard line, to a permanent roundabout.

The roundabout, Maryland's first, was installed on a test basis in April.

A roundabout at an intersection forces traffic to circulate one way round a central island with circulating traffic having the right-of-way.

Single-lane closures may occur during construction for nonpeak traffic hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Flaggers, message signs, cones and barrels will direct motorists through the construction site.

$ Information: 333-1122.

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