The Baltimore Regional Transportation Board will hold a public meeting with local elected officials and the community at 5 p.m. Tuesday at 2700 Lighthouse Point East, in the 2700 block of Boston St., Room 310, in Baltimore, to present Transportation Outlook 2035.
In Harford County, only one mass transit improvement was listed on the plan, and that was to move the Aberdeen MARC station. The list below is what county officials requested and were granted, in order of priority:
Route 24 from Singer Road to U.S. Business 1: widen from four to six lanes.
Route 22 from Route 543 to Interstate 95: widen from two to four lanes.
U.S. 1 Bypass from Hickory Bypass to Route 147/Business U.S. 1: widen from two to four lanes and improve interchange.
U.S. 1 from Route 147/Business U.S. 1 to Route 152: widen from four to six lanes.
Route 715 from U.S. 40 to Route 22: new four-lane road.
Perryman West from U.S. 40 at Mitchell Lane to Canning House Road: new two-lane road.
Route 22 from I-95 to APG gate: widen from four to six lanes.
There will be strict time constraints for presentations at the meeting, so one speaker must be designated to represent a community group. Individuals who wish to speak on their own behalf may do so.
The deadline for submitting comments on the plan is Wednesday.