Diverging Diamond Interchange at Arundel Mills Blvd :: Contracting News

The new Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) at Arundel Mills Blvd. and MD-295 is part of a $5 million traffic improvement project funded entirely by the Cordish Companies and developed in association with the Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) and Anne Arundel County. McLaren Engineering Group of Baltimore and Traffic Concepts Inc. of Gambrills are designing the project, while Reliable Contracting of Millersville is responsible for the construction of the new DDI.

The below animation demonstrates how the DDI will function.

These traffic improvements are designed to help improve traffic flow in participation of the increased amount of traffic brought on by the new Maryland Live! Casino. These traffic improvements will also accommodate future growth planned in the region.

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If you have any questions about the Diverging Diamond Interchange or if you have a construction project that you need completed right the first time, please contact Reliable Contracting by calling 410-987-0313 or visit our website.

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