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Windsor Mill Road Improvement Project

The purpose of the Windsor Mill Road project is to support pedestrian safety and vehicular capacity improvements along Windsor Mill Road from Featherbed Lane to Woodlawn Drive. The project consists of roadway widening from an existing pavement width of 22 feet to a proposed pavement width of 36 feet (from Featherbed Lane to Woodlawn Drive, approximately 3,400 feet). The proposed section will also include five-foot sidewalks on both sides of the road.

The pavement widening will include:

  • Additional storm drain systems
  • New curb and gutter
  • Water main installation
  • Relocation of existing major utility poles

Land acquisition will be required by numerous adjoining property owners. This segment is flanked with residential homes and heavily traveled by vehicles and pedestrians due to the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) bus stop located at the intersection of Windsor Mill Road and Woodlawn Drive.

Phases

View the Phase Map (PDF).

View Phase One Map (PDF).

Benefits

Providing a safe and accessible route for the drivers and pedestrians along Windsor Mill Road from Featherbed Lane to Woodlawn Drive will have a great impact to the Gwynn Oak community. This roadway segment is an essential connection for transit commuters and provides accessibility for adolescents to and from school. Implementing this project will satisfy the various community requests and enhance the County's accountability in identifying existing infrastructure for rehabilitation and safety improvements.

More Information

For more information, email windsormillproject@baltimorecountymd.gov.

Watch the video of the June 22, 2021 meeting.

 
Revised September 23, 2021         

 

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