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Public Project: I-270/MD 121 Interchange Improvements

Project Planning Study

121 Interchange Study Area

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The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) is conducting a Project Planning Study for improvements to the !-270/MD 121 interchange in Clarksburg. The I-270/MD 121 Interchange Study is a breakout project of the SHA's I-270/US 15 Multi-Modal Corridor Study, which will investigate, develop, and evaluate various improvement alternatives for the I-270/MD 121 interchange. The projects's study area limits are the West Old Baltimore Road underpass to the south; the Ten Mile Creek Tributary crossing to the north; the West Old Baltimore Road and MD 121 intersection to the west; and the northbound to eastbound off-ramp terminus to the east.

M-NCPPC Staff Contact

Ki Kim, Transportation Planning


Mr. Russ Walto, Project Manager
Maryland Department of Transportation
State Highway Administration
Project Planning Division
707 North Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
410- 545-8547

Opportunity for Public Participation

The project was referred for comments to the Clarksburg Civic Association and other groups. A Location/Design Public Hearing was held on January 30, 2007 at Clarksburg High School. In the Spring, there will be a Planning Board presentation and other related briefings. The meetings dates have not been scheduled.

Planning Board Review Process & Case Number


Planning Board Action


Notes from M-NCPPC Staff Contact



Date of last page update: February 13, 2007