Oakland Mills Road Complete Streets Study

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The Howard County Office of Transportation is conducting a complete streets corridor study for the segment of Oakland Mills Road from Old Montgomery Road to Snowden River Parkway.

The kickoff meeting, entitled "Envisioning Oakland Mills Road," was  held on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Great Hall of Christ Episcopal Church, 6800 Oakland Mills Road (at the intersection with Dobbin Road). At the meeting, County and consultant staff presented preliminary data about Oakland Mills Road traffic and safety, and members of the public marked up a corridor map with comments and concerns.

The following materials were presented at the meeting:

In addition, members of the public were invited to complete a questionnaire about their transportation preferences and challenges along Tamar Drive. Those who were unable to attend the meeting are invited to complete an online version of the questionnaire, available by clicking here.

The Office of Transportation will accept comments at this phase of the study until January 31, 2019. To provide a comment, or for more information, email transportation@howardcountymd.gov or call (410) 313-4360.

 

 

 

 

Complete Streets Study

Study Segment

  Old Montgomery Road to Snowden River Parkway

Themes

 
  • Speed Management
  • On-Street Parking
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Bicycle Connectivity
  • Vehicle Traffic Flow

Objectives

 
  1. Develop a collaborative vision for
    Oakland Mills Road, in accordance with
    community goals and the guidance
    of PlanHoward, BikeHoward, and WalkHoward.
  2. Identify cost-effective improvements
    consistent with this vision.
  3. Quantify safety, operational, and
    environmental impacts of proposed changes.