The Howard County Office of Transportation is conducting a planning study and preliminary design for a shared-use (pedestrian and bicycle) pathway along Robert Fulton Drive.
The goals of the project are:
A public meeting was held virtually on Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 7:00 pm to share information on the proposed design and receive feedback from the community. Twenty-three members of the public attended. A video of the presentation can be accessed here (coming soon!).
The public can still provide comments on the proposed design by clicking here. Comments received by the end of the public comment period, November 5, 2020 will be considered in the final design.
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Office of Transportation held an open-house style community meeting on
November 19, 2019 in the cafeteria of Guilford Elementary School
to present concept options for public review and comment. Based on
the comments heard at the public meeting on November 19th and received via
email after the meeting, Howard County advanced
Option 1D/2C to preliminary design. Click here to view those two
Preliminary design included a field topographic survey and environmental assessment as the first
This planning phase assessed multiple options across three areas within the broader study boundaries, as shown above. As pedestrian and bicycle access into Gateway can be provided via multiple projects in the future, the specific goals of this concept phase were to determine:
Based on the comments heard at the public meeting on November 19, 2019 and received via email after the meeting, Howard County advanced Option 1D/2C to preliminary design. Click here to view those two concepts. Preliminary design includes a field topographic survey and environmental assessment as the first phase.