Traffic Alert: New Hampshire Ave. Resurfacing to Cause Delays Through Fall

The State Highway Administration has started a $4.6 million safety and resurfacing project on New Hampshire Ave. from Milestone Drive to Shaw Ave. in White Oak.

If the weather allows, the 1.75-mile project should be finished in the fall.

The project will involve the following tasks:

  • Patching the current asphalt roadway.
  • Upgrading ramps and sidewalks to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act standards.
  • Repairing the concrete median.
  • Reconstructing driveway aprons.
  • Replacing or repairing concrete curbs and gutters.
  • Repairing or replacing stormwater runoff inlets and drainpipes.
  • Installing new pavement markings and landscaping.

E&R Services Inc. of Lanham is the contractor responsible for the work, according to a Montgomery County news update.

Drivers should remain attentive and watch for lower speed limits and changes in driving patterns, especially in construction zones where speed must be reduced. If in need, motorists can call #77 on their mobile devices for roadside assistance.

To see a list of all major State Highway Administration projects, visit the Project Portal or go to the homepage at For real-time traffic conditions, visit

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