304 over­pass nears com­ple­tion

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CEN­TRE­VILLE — State High­way Ad­min­is­tra­tion of­fi­cials ex­pect traf­fic to be us­ing the MD 304 over­pass at Ruthsh­burg Road in the next two weeks. Ac­cord­ing to Robert Rager, spokesper­son for SHA, weather per­mit­ting traf­fic will shift onto the over­pass so the last ramp to north­bound 301 can be com­pleted.

“Open” doesn’t mean done, said Rager, “Still a lot of lit­tle things to do — re­move over­hangs, in­stall fence, groove deck — we just need to get traf­fic on the over­pass so we can fin­ish that last ramp to north­bound 301, and there’s still some sur­face paving left (to be fin­ished).”

The de­tour from 304 to north­bound 301 will send traf­fic down to 213 to turn around, said Rager. SHA said it is not safe to use Rolling Bridge Road for this par­tic­u­lar de­tour, so ex­pect the Rolling Bridge Road me­dian to be closed when the over­pass opens. Work is still in progress around Rolling Bridge Road in­clud­ing clear­ing, grad­ing, stormwa­ter fa­cil­i­ties and paving the new ac­cel­er­a­tion/de­cel­er­a­tion lanes.

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