HCC modifying parkway entrance to aid flow, safety

October 04, 1995|By Patrick Hickerson | Patrick Hickerson,CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Howard Community College is modifying its entrance at Little Patuxent Parkway and Harpers Farm Road for traffic and safety reasons.

The $299,638 capital project is "a reconstruction of the entrance road to the campus with an easing of a sharp curve for increased safety at the northwest corner of the student lot and a widening of roads for improved traffic," said Randy Bengfort, HCC spokesman.

The project is expected to be completed by Thanksgiving Day.

Until then, those who use the front entrance must detour to a second entrance farther east on Little Patuxent Parkway.

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