Project Information Handed Out at the American Indian Festival and Pow Wow
SHA representatives attended the 26th Annual American Indian Festival and Pow Wow in June at the American Indian Cultural Center in Waldorf. About 100 people stopped by the US 301 Waldorf Area Transportation Improvements booth to get information on the project. The Pow Wow is geared toward the Maryland Indian community in Waldorf and surrounding areas. Members of the Piscataway Conoy, Cedarville Band of Piscataway, Monacan, Iroquois, Cherokee, Lenni Lenape, Incan and Canadian Indian communities were among those who attended.
Welcome to the US 301 Waldorf Area Transportation Improvements Project website. The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA), in cooperation with local, state and Federal agencies is looking at a range of transportation solutions for improving traffic flow in and around the US 301 corridor. Eventually, after much analysis and input from all stakeholders - residents, commuters, businesses, elected officials, emergency services and government entities - a recommended alternative will be selected.
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Alternatives Retained for Detailed Study (ARDS)
The final ARDS document is now available for your review. Take a look at all the alternatives that have been considered for the US 301 Waldorf Area Transportation Improvements Project. See which ones have been dismissed from further study and which ones have been retained for further detailed study.
Review and Comment on the US 301 Coordination and Public Involvement Plan
SHA and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) have developed a Coordination Plan to interact with, and obtain information from the public and other agencies. The coordination plan promotes an efficient, streamlined process, as well as good project management through coordination, scheduling, and early resolution of issues.