Multi-modal corridor study, Frederick and Montgomery Counties, Maryland
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Multi-modal corridor study, Frederick and Montgomery Counties, Maryland draft environmental impact statement and section 4(f) evaluation by United States. Federal Highway Administration.

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Published by Maryland Dept. of Transportation in [Baltimore, Md.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Interstate 270 (Md.),
  • United States Highway 15.,
  • Maryland.,
  • Maryland,
  • Montgomery County,
  • Frederick County

Subjects:

  • Highway planning -- Environmental aspects -- Maryland.,
  • Roads -- Maryland -- Montgomery County -- Design and construction.,
  • Roads -- Maryland -- Frederick County -- Design and construction.,
  • Interstate 270 (Md.),
  • United States Highway 15.

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Cover title.

Other titlesI-270/US 15 multi-modal corridor study
StatementUS Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration ; Maryland Department of Transportation, State Highway Administration, Maryland Transit Administration.
ContributionsMaryland. State Highway Administration.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3634966M
LC Control Number2002435701
OCLC/WorldCa49960675

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Notice To Rescind Notice of Intent To Prepare Environmental Impact Statement for the I/U.S. 15 Multi-Modal Corridor Study in Montgomery County and Frederick County, Maryland. Report prepared for the Frederick County Landmarks Foundation, Inc. Fiedel, Stuart J., Kerri Culhane, Sandra Smith, Charles Goode, and Charles D. Cheek: I/US15 Multi-Modal Corridor Study, Montgomery and Frederick Counties, Maryland. The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) and Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) are developing a multimodal transportation project along the I/US 15 Corridor in Montgomery and Frederick Counties, Maryland. The project study area extends from I at Shady Grove Road in Montgomery County to the US 15/Biggs Ford Road. MD Over Neale Sound – Section 7 Consultation and EFH MD 32 Design-Build from Linden Church Road to I Stream and Wetland Mitigation MD 4 Thomas Johnson Bridge Project Planning Study.