SHA begins work on I-70 bridge in Frederick Co.

June 16, 1999

The State Highway Administration began work yesterday to rebuild a bridge that spans Interstate 70 in Frederick County.

New Design Road -- between Route 914 and Guilford Drive -- will be closed for about two years so that construction crews can tear down an existing bridge and replace it with a four-lane span with a median and a sidewalk.

The construction is part of an I-70/Interstate 270 interchange project.

Motorists passing through the area can use Route 85 (Buckeystown Pike), Guilford Drive or Crestwood Drive.

Shoppers will be allowed to reach local businesses on Guilford Drive and Route 914.

Pub Date: 6/16/99

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