Section of Cedar Lane, East of Rockville Pike, Reopens
The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA), reopened the section of Cedar Lane, east of Rockville Pike (Maryland 355), for vehicular traffic this morning, Monday August 4th. This section of Cedar Lane, from Elmhirst Parkway to Rockville Pike, was previously closed as part of a BRAC intersection improvement project.
While the road is now open, the area is still an active construction zone and pedestrians and bicyclists may still encounter sidewalk closures through late 2014. For the safety of pedestrians, cyclists and construction personnel, motorists are asked to continue to reduce speed limits while driving through this area.
Part of Cedar Lane to Close
On Friday, June 6, the State Highway Administration (SHA) must close a 1000-foot section of Cedar Lane
between Elmhirst Parkway and MD 355 (Rockville Pike) in Bethesda, Montgomery County. While closed to motorists, it will remain open
to cyclists and pedestrians. Weather permitting, this section is expected to reopen no later than Friday, August 22. For more information click here visit the Maryland SHA Project site for Rockville Pike and Cedar Lane.