ELLICOTT CITY, MD – Howard County’s Department of Public Works’ (DPW) Transportation and Special Projects Division will hold a joint virtual public meeting with Montgomery County’s Department of Transportation (MCDOT) on Wednesday, November 30th at 7:00 p.m. to present plans for the rehabilitation of Brighton Dam Road Bridge No. M-0229 atop Brighton Dam of the Triadelphia Reservoir.
The project will include repairs to the bridge’s concrete parapets, deck joints, prestressed concrete beams, concrete abutment backwalls, streetlights, asphalt approach roadways and concrete sidewalks to enhance the safety of the bridge and integrity of the dam. New drainage troughs will also be installed and existing storm inlets on the approach roadways will be improved as needed. For additional information about this project, visit MCDOT’s “Brighton Dam Road Bridge (M-0229)” project website.
This virtual public meeting will include presentation slides using an internet-based virtual platform. The project team, including Howard County project manager Jake Weir, MCDOT project manager Greg Hwang, WSSC project manager Samir Khalil and the design consultant, will be on hand to answer any questions and gather public comments.
To register to participate in this meeting, please complete Montgomery County’s online registration form. Pre-registration is required in order to receive the link and instructions for signing into the meeting and using the internet-based virtual platform.
Those unable to attend the meeting who would like to view the plans and/or have questions, should contact Mr. Jake Weir of the Transportation and Special Projects Division at 410-313-6153 or email [email protected].
An interpreter for people who are deaf or hard of hearing will be available if requested seven working days prior to the meeting. Please call DPW at 410-313-3440 (voice) or use Relay at 7-1-1, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For questions or more information about Capital Project B-3853 contact Public Works Customer Service, at 410-313-3440 or email [email protected].