Resurfacing Projects

The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) manages hundreds of projects across the city. In an effort to increase public awareness of our projects we have created an interactive map with a complete listing of all roadway resurfacing project locations for a specific calendar year within the BCDOT Transportation Engineering & Construction - Resurfacing Section and BCDOT Maintenance Division.  Projects are broken into three categories within the listing:

  1. Completed
  2. Under Construction
  3. Anticipated


  1. To inform, educate and engage the citizens and stakeholders of Baltimore City about DOT’S responsibilities, projects, services and decisions and any changes.
  2. To create a transparent and open process so that we can build a stronger relationship between the community and DOT.
  3. To inform, educate and engage City employees about the policies, procedures and information they need to be successful at their jobs.

Interactive Map

Navigate the interactive Geographic Information System (GIS) Map with tools available on the left-hand side of the application. Browse and enable display settings for different data themes on the drop down menu of the application. Please note our GIS Map works best when using Internet Explorer.

Step 1: Click the gray drop down arrows collapse.png to  view options.

Step 2: Use display settings to view different data themes.

Step 3: Use the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons to zoom in and out of the interactive map.

Step 4: Click on color schemes to view project details (a pop-up window will display project information).

Step 5: To find or look up a specific location, click the "Find my address or place" button Zoom To . You will need to type in a address location in the field. Your results may vary based on your connection type, Internet service provider, physical location, network, and browser.

Note: To enlarge the map before inputting addresses please click here

Note: Locations not marked on map are not slated for resurfacing or reconstruction in the near future. Residents can now sign up for electornic updates on DOT's website for upcoming resurfacing projects and DOT news and initiatives

To enlarge the map