Middlebrook Lane completed on time

June 07, 1996|By Kathleen B. Hennelly | Kathleen B. Hennelly,CONTRIBUTING WRITER

An article in Friday's edition of The Sun for Howard County gave an incorrect name for a new access road in Columbia Hills. The correct name is Meadowbrook Lane.

The Sun regrets the error.

A new, two-lane road connecting Sybert Drive and Long Gate Parkway has been completed on schedule after more than a year of construction.

The State Highway Administration on Wednesday opened the mile-long road,, which will be called Middlebrook Lane, and will provide Columbia Hills residents with access to Route 100.


The speed limit on Middlebrook will be 30 mph. The road will end with a stop sign at a T-intersection with Sybert Drive.

The project included the construction of a 303-space Park-n-Ride commuter car pool lot just west of Route 100 at Long Gate Parkway.

The project cost the county $2.3 million dollars.

Pub Date: 6/07/96

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