New Forge Extension to Link Perry Hall, White Marsh
The road extension cost Baltimore County just under $1 million.
The New Forge Road extension, between Perry Hall and White Marsh, is expected to open by Wednesday, the Baltimore County Department of Public Works announced.
The extension connects New Forge Road to Allender Road and links Pulaski Highway and Philadelphia Road, forming a "continuous route to Honeygo Boulevard in Perry Hall," according to the release.
New Forge Road and Allender Road now meet in a "T" intersection and the county has installed a stop sign. New sidewalks, curbs and gutters, and water and sanitary sewer extensions were installed as well.
The extension measures at about 800 feet long and 50 feet wide. Construction on the project began in May and cost the county just under $1 million, the release stated.
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