Maryland Route 32 will be resurfaced later this spring and summer, and will have new stripes painted on the busy road.
The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) said the re-paving will take place between Maryland Route 198 and Maryland Route 175. The SHA said work will take place between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Sunday through Thursday beginning later this spring, and is scheduled for completion in June.
Crews will resurface the shoulders and main road, and will re-stripe the lanes and shoulders.
Reliable Contracting of Millersville will carry out the project after winning a $1.6 million contract.
About 53,000 cars travel on this stretch of Route 32 each day, the SHA said.