The $1.89 billion Upper Ganga Expressway project in northern India integrates
an eight-lane access-controlled expressway, service roads, canal reclamation
work, hydroelectric power stations, and a navigation facility, as well as land
development projects stretching 135 kilometers along the Upper Ganga Canal.
MXROAD was used to create models of project components and provided a
platform for managing tight schedules, repeated technical inputs, frequent
changes, and a variety of design standards. The project was able to proceed
with minimum land acquisition while adhering to the expressway design
standards within the designated right of way.
Wallace, Montgomery & Associates, LLP
Maryland 5 at I-95/I-495 Interchange
Camp Springs, Maryland, United States
To create access to the new Branch Avenue Metro Station in Prince George’s
County, the Maryland State Highway Administration planned for $53 million in
traffic capacity improvements to the existing transportation network around
the station. Wallace, Montgomery & Associates was retained to provide
transportation, civil, and structural engineering design services for Phase 1 of
the access improvements.
The project reconfigured and reconstructed the Maryland 5 and I-495/I- 95
Capital Beltway Interchange to increase capacity and address safety issues.
A new semidirect fly-over and directional ramps included five bridges and four
retaining walls. The company used MicroStation and InRoads when working