Maryland Intercounty Connector (ICC) Facts

Maryland Intercounty Connector (ICC) Facts

The ICC is an 18-mile, controlled access, tolled highway (16 miles in Montgomery County, 2 miles in Prince George’s County) which will link existing and proposed activity centers on the I-270 and I-95/US 1 corridors.

8 Interchanges will provide efficient and safe access to the ICC at:

  • MD 355 (Frederick Road)
  • Shady Grove Metro Station access road
  • MD 97 (Georgia Avenue)
  • MD 182 (Layhill Road)
  • MD 650 (New Hampshire Avenue)
  • US 29 (Columbia Pike/Briggs Chaney Road)
  • Interstate 95
  • Virginia Manor Road
  • At its eastern terminus, the ICC will meet US 1 at an at-grade intersection

The ICC will be built in five different Design-Build contracts, all are scheduled to open in late fall or early 2012:

  • Contract A: I-270/370 to MD 97 (Georgia Avenue);
  • Contract B: MD 97 (Georgia Avenue) to US 29 (Columbia Pike/Briggs Chaney Road);
  • Contract C: US 29 (Columbia Pike/Briggs Chaney Road) to I-95 and collector-distributor lanes along I-95 south of the ICC;
  • Contract D: Collector-distributor lanes along I-95 north of the ICC (DEFERRED); and
  • Contact E: I-95 to US 1.

The sequence of construction is A – C – B – E – D (deferred).

If you have any questions about the ICC or about homes for sale or rent in Maryland, please let me know.

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