The Maryland State Highway Administration will host an informational meeting on Thursday, Oct. 24, for residents of Baltimore Highlands and Riverview to learn about plans for a sound barrier project along MD 295 in the area.
The project limits extend on MD 295 (the Baltimore-Washington Parkway) from Interstate-895 to north of Daisy Avenue.
In addition to a series of barriers along MD 295 to reduce noise from the highway, there are also plans to build drainage systems and landscape the area with tree plantings and slope treatments.
The project is not currently funded for construction.
Displays of design plans for the project will be available for viewing and SHA representatives will be on hand to answer questions.
The meet is open to the public. Residents may arrive at any time between 6 and 8 p.m. at the Lansdowne High School cafeteria, 3800 Hollins Ferry Road.
Residents who need special accommodations or language/sign language interpretation should contact Brett Deane, SHA Project Manager, at 410-545-8785 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun