301 over­pass bridge deck com­pleted

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work zone safety se­ri­ously — ev­ery one of us at SHA, the con­trac­tors and sub­con­trac­tors and yes, all mo­torists.”

It is a part­ner­ship and we can­not do this work quickly and safely with­out mo­torist co­op­er­a­tion, says Rager. There is a lot of ac­tiv­ity out here [on 404] dur­ing the week, on the road and along both sides of the road, in­clud­ing mul­ti­ple flag­ging op­er­a­tions and equip­ment en­ter­ing and ex­it­ing the high­way.

Ad­di­tion­ally, dur­ing the spring and through­out the sum­mer, farm equip­ment con­tin­ues to need ac­cess to 404, which might need a lane and shoul­der.

“When you add all these fac­tors to­gether it’s easy to see why we want driv­ers to be pa­tient, very pa­tient,” said Rager. “You’ll have room to pass at MD 309 and MD 480 if nec­es­sary, but even then don’t be in a great hurry — there’s a work zone wait­ing be­yond this area no mat­ter which direc­tion you’re headed.”

SHA ad­vises mo­torists to al­low ex­tra time when trav­el­ing 404 this sum­mer and be­come fa­mil­iar with al­ter­nate routes.

Atop the bridge deck on what will be the new MD 304 over­pass over US 301.

Hand fin­ish­ing along the edges of the con­crete sur­face of the bridge deck.

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