June 27, 2022

Art & Lifestyle:

FDR Blvd. Monterey-Kinnegad Extension to Open

FDR

The extension of FDR Boulevard in Lexington Park — from Monterey Lane to the roundabout at the intersection of Kinnegad Drive/Castletown Way — will be open to traffic on Tuesday, June 9.

Athlone Drive to Close for Two Weeks

Athlone Drive

Progress is quickly being made on the major improvements to FDR Boulevard in Lexington Park, but that means a small section of Athlone Drive will be closed for about two weeks in September.

New Phase of Road Work to Begin Aug. 15

FDR Boulevard road work is continuing, and drivers in that area should expect delays in the coming weeks. Driving on FDR Boulevard, First Colony Boulevard near the First Colony Shopping Center, and Old Rolling Road might be a little bit more difficult and require some planning as the construction progresses and FDR gets closer to completion.

And Now It’s a Road: FDR Spans Another Block

It’s been half a century on the books, another decade in court, but Great Mills Trading Post is turning FDR Boulevard into a connector road in the heart of Lexington Park, practically overnight.

MetCom Finishes FDR from Library to Great Mills Rd.

With the sewer upgraded, Great Mills Trading Post can begin road construction but needs to wait until spring when weather is better suited.

FDR Construction to Follow Sewer & Water Upgrade

Great Mills Trading Post was contracted by St. Mary’s County to build the Lexington Park segment of FDR. It will be the first county-built road since construction of Pegg Road in 1989.

A Block of FDR Opens New Space in an Old Town

FDR Boulevard Plan

This is the stuff of genuine community renewal. It doesn’t happen very often.

FDR Boulevard Construction Commences

The construction of FDR Boulevard between Great Mills Road and South Shangri-La Drive is finally underway.

FDR Boulevard: A Slow Road to Nowhere

FDR Boulevard Plan

Only one segment of the plans to construct the rest of FDR Boulevard directly addresses the goal of the new road. It’s the only unfunded piece.

FDR Boulevard on LPBCA Agenda

Lexington Park logo

The Lexington Park Business and Community Association will also discuss the upcoming Twilight in the Park event.