Don't Go Back to Rockville

Project will extend and add new turn lanes

By Asha Beh
|  Friday, Apr 5, 2013  |  Updated 1:38 PM EDT
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Don't Go Back to Rockville

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A busy intersection in Montgomery County is about to get worse.

The Maryland State Highway Administration will start work early next month at the intersection of Viers Mill Road and Route 28 in Rockville -- an intersection that sees more than 31,000 cars daily. The nearly $1 million project will extend and add new turn lanes, resurface existing pavement, and upgrade sidewalks and traffic signals.

Roads will be closed at certain hours during the week when the work begins.

The MSHA says the project, which is expected to be done by next summer, will improve traffic flow in the area.

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