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Posted on: January 19, 2019

City to host public meetings Jan. 23 on proposed Traffic Signal Project

City to host public meetings on proposed New Traffic Signal at Randall/Dock on January 23 from 10-11 a.m. and 7-8 p.m. at the Market House

Meeting will focus on traffic study results, proposed signal layout and bump-out pilot project


Randall and Dock Street Signal Warrant Report 1.18.19 (PDF)


Annapolis, MD (1-16-19) On Wednesday, January 23, from 10-11 a.m. and 7-8 p.m. at the Market House, the City of Annapolis will host two public meetings to present the results of a recently completed Traffic Study of Randall Street. Meetings will be heldin the morning and the evening to accommodate the various schedules of the residents, business owners and interested parties. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the existing traffic conditions on Randall Street and determine whether a traffic signal is warranted at the intersection of Randall and Dock streets.

The proposed traffic signal concept including bump-outs will be presented.  A proposed pilot project to evaluate the bump-outs will be discussed.   The pilot project would precede the traffic signal design.   Staff from City of Annapolis Public Works and Sabra & Associates, the traffic consultant, will be on hand to answer questions.  A copy of the final Traffic Study will be available prior to the public meeting.

For more information, contact Lisa Grieco at 410-263-7949 or by email at lmgrieco@annapolis.gov.

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