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These gaps are glaring and filling them will be huge. I took a pretty circuitous DC -> Annapolis route last fall, this will (eventually) make it much easier.

I contacted someone from AA county to ask about the status of the bridge a few weeks ago. She told me about the meeting but was not willing to commit to a start time for construction.

I agree with Bill about the gaps along 704. It's a wide road with plenty of ROW along most of the route - even over-built and designed like a highway. But spots like the one shown in the picture will be a challenge. There are also cloverleaf highway-style interchanges at 202 and at 50.

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