Street Beat: Cedar Lane Construction Begins

road construction 450 x 280  for sliderState Highway Administration (SHA) workers will close a section of Cedar Lane between Elmhirst Parkway and MD 355 (Rockville Pike) in Bethesda on June 6.

This temporary summer closure is necessary to accomodate the MD 355/Cedar Lane intersection improvement project.

Road crews are building a new entrance at Cedar Lane and Elmhirst Parkway for the Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, and they are installing a new traffic signal, and replacing aging pipes underneath Cedar Lane within this work zone.

To complete the project, State Highway Administration (SHA) crews will redirect traffic around the work zone on Cedar Lane via an approved detour route of MD 355 (Rockville Pike), MD 547 (Strathmore Avenue/ Knowles Avenue) and Summit Avenue. Motorists should plan ahead and add extra travel time.

Electronic message boards are being located to this area to alert passing motorists of the temporary closure of Cedar Lane.

Pedestrians will be directed to safe crossing areas via orange construction signs, cones, barrels and fencing. Residents and travelers are advised that construction equipment may be loud and disruptive.

Officials with the SHA are asking area residents and commuters for their patience and cooperation while crews complete this work.

You can find more information at the SHA’s website.


Ride On Route 34 Detour Begins on June 6

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The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) is starting construction on improvements to the Cedar Lane and Maryland Route 355 (Rockville Pike) intersection that will require the detour of Ride On Bus Route 34 beginning June 6 through August 22. To avoid the construction, the bus route will bypass Cedar Lane between Parkhill and Beach drives, […]

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