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Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh announces $3 million improvement plan

Posted at 6:52 PM, Mar 14, 2018
and last updated 2018-03-14 18:54:43-04

On Wednesday, County Executive Steve Schuh announced that Anne Arundel County will invest more than $3 million to improve the Baltimore & Annapolis (B&A) Trail and Earleigh Heights Station in Severna Park.

The $3 million project includes $900,000 to improve the Earleigh Heights Ranger Station, which is adjacent to the trail, with the work beginning this summer. In addition to that, the County will make a $2.1 million, multi-year investment to repave the trail itself.

“This investment will continue to improve the quality [of] life for those who enjoy our recreational bike trails,” said Schuh. “Day by day, we are continuing to deliver on our promise to make our County the best place to live, work, and start a business in Maryland."

The B&A Trail stretches 13 miles from Boulters Way in Annapolis to Dorsey Road in Glen Burnie. The Ranger Station is located in Severna Park with parking available on the premises. A gazebo, horticultural gardens and park benches are found at the Hatton-Regester Green property in Severna Park.