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sprjus4:
Right of way may be an issue in a few areas, but that certainly could be overcome, and as far as having to realign and reconstruct lanes and new overpasses, isnít that exactly what happened on I-66 and I-495? The lanes had to be shifted outwards, interchanges were fully reconstructed and new overpasses built, and a whole new set of managed lanes constructed within the median.

Various concepts including additional right of way or elevated lanes briefly (or even sunken lanes) should at least be explored to determine feasibility.

davewiecking:
Link to intersection plans for the I-495 NEXT project, for those who are curious.
Improvements include HO/T lanes ramps to/from the GWMP, but only make repairs to the actual GWMP bridge.

https://sharpco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=465df01d5a3042b6960981106ceb5e64

sprjus4:
I believe anything involving the GWMP overpass and improvements between there and the American Legion Bridge would be apart of a separate project, assuming Maryland ever constructs its portion, which isnít looking likely now.

bluecountry:

--- Quote from: sprjus4 on March 15, 2023, 12:28:00 AM ---I believe anything involving the GWMP overpass and improvements between there and the American Legion Bridge would be apart of a separate project, assuming Maryland ever constructs its portion, which isnít looking likely now.

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Its going to happen, it just will take longer.

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