Thursday, February 07, 2013

Traffic Calming Island in Pikesville

Traffic Calming Island in Pikesville

The neighborhood of Long Meadow in Pikesville will see construction beginning in the next week. No longer will Autumn Drive be used as a short cut to avoid the traffic signal at Old Court Road and Park Heights Avenue.

 These barriers will be installed to prevent left turns on Autumn Drive from Stevenson Road and Park Heights Avenue.

Reducing traffic through Long Meadow will, hopefully, insure the safety of walkers and children in this Baltimore County neighborhood.


Autumn Drive Detour in Pikesville

Motorists in Pikesville accustomed to relying on Autumn Drive as a shortcut to circumvent the four-way stoplight at Park Heights Avenue and Old Court Road will soon have to find a new route. The Baltimore County Department of Public Works confirmed it will install “traffic calming islands” on Autumn Drive that will prohibit left turns onto the street from Park Heights Avenue and Stevenson Road. By David Snyder Staff Reporter Baltimore Jewish Times                                         

Autumn Drive Detour in Pikesville 

Reducing traffic through Long Meadow will, hopefully, insure the safety of walkers and children in this Baltimore County neighborhood. 

 Traffic Calming Island in Pikesville


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