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April 15, 2001
SOURCE: JoAnn Maxfield, Howard County Department of Public Works
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | June 24, 2013
Another segment of Wheel Road near Bel Air is scheduled to be closed to through traffic this week, as the final phase begins on the major reconstruction of the road that links several communities south and east of the county seat. The Harford County Department of Public Works said it will begin Phase 2B of the Wheel Road Improvements Project on or around this Wednesday, June 26. The affected portion of Wheel Road is the segment between Cedar Lane and Glenangus Drive. The county posted signs along the road last week that state the closure was to begin Monday, although a later media advisory stated the start date for the work would be Wednesday.
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July 6, 2012
One road project in Harford County has wrapped up and the road is reopened, while another will be closed for about a month beginning in two weeks. Thomas Run Road from Route 22 to Medical Hall Road has been re-opened to traffic. The road had been closed for since late May to allow for road construction work to be completed, according to the Harford County Department of Public Works. For further information regarding this road project, contact Michael Davies, Chief, Bureau of Construction Inspections with the Department of Public Works, 410-638-3217, ext. 2434, Monday through Friday during normal business hours.
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July 6, 2012
One road project in Harford County has wrapped up and the road is reopened, while another will be closed for about a month beginning in two weeks. Thomas Run Road from Route 22 to Medical Hall Road has been re-opened to traffic. The road had been closed for since late May to allow for road construction work to be completed, according to the Harford County Department of Public Works. For further information regarding this road project, contact Michael Davies, Chief, Bureau of Construction Inspections with the Department of Public Works, 410-638-3217, ext. 2434, Monday through Friday during normal business hours.
NEWS
January 22, 2006
Work is continuing on the replacement of a water main on Old Washington Road, from its intersection with U.S. 1 to Montgomery Road, in Elkridge. No lane closures are expected; flagging operations will direct motorists. The project, which will include the replacment of about three miles of water main along U.S. 1, between Meadowridge and Montgomery roads, is expected to be completed by the end of the year. Work on U.S. 1 has been stopped for the winter and is to resume in the spring. Source: JoAnn Maxfield, Howard County Department of Public Works
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By Jody K. Vilschick and Jody K. Vilschick,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 4, 2005
THERE ARE many mysteries in life, but there is one less for two readers who recently asked about the two "orange contraptions" on southbound U.S. 29 near the overpass for Seneca Drive. "Parked in the grass, there is an orange trailer with solar panels on it like the kind that they use to power temporary signs. But these have long arms extending upward on which are mounted what looks to be cameras. Can you [explain] what's going on?" Steve Cohen asked. "They've been there a while. First there was one, now there are two," said Kem White.
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By Molly Knight and Molly Knight,SUN STAFF | July 11, 2004
Some Annapolis residents are calling it the perfect storm of roadwork - a confluence of construction projects with the power to clog up city streets for miles in the months to come. Little do they know, the roadwork in this typically tranquil city has only just begun. "From a practical standpoint, we've not yet started to affect traffic in any way," said Steve Carr, the State Highway Administration's community liaison. "It's not until later this month that things are going to get disruptive."
NEWS
October 5, 2003
The Carroll County Department of Public Works has announced road construction projects for this week. For information on the projects below, contact the Carroll County Bureau of Engineering at 410-386-2171. Shoulder work: John Hyde, John Shelby and Jasontown roads from Springdale Road to Route 852; Grave Run Road from Baltimore County to the state line. Reclaiming, storm drain work, and paving: Patriots Choice subdivision, Kinsmen Courage Court, Bennett Road to the end. Reclaiming paving and inlet repairs: Harrington subdivision, Chandler Drive, Barnes Avenue and Owings Road and Owings Court.
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