540 National Business Parkway is home to numerous high-profile federal contractors, such as DISA and Cyber Command at Fort Meade. Furthermore, countless high-tech research and development firms can be found here.
After crossing the Alabama state line, SR 540 and FLF travel easterly before making a sharp right turn and cutting across Columbus to bypass most of it.
NBP 540, located in Jessup, Maryland, is classified as a Corporate office space built in 2018. With 144,535 square feet and currently off-market status, CommercialEdge gives access to in-depth property data and market intelligence regarding this asset or similar investments.
This property’s ZIP Code is 20701-1029, wherein the first five digits identify its post office, and four additional ones define a geographic segment within that five-digit delivery area (e.g., street or block address). Below is an interactive map that lets you quickly pinpoint 540 National Business Parkway using zoom buttons on either end.
This new interchange will provide travelers access to destinations in fast-growing western Cary and ease traffic congestion on NC 540 and Green Level West Road. It also adds capacity to the Morrisville Parkway corridor. On Monday morning, the North Carolina Turnpike Authority inaugurated this landmark project with impressive elements like overhead signage and tolling infrastructure.
SR 540 and FLF begin on an unnamed bridge over the Chattahoochee River at the Georgia state line near Phenix City, where they run concurrently with US 80 and SR 22. On the Georgia side, US 80/SR22 continues onto J.R. Allen Parkway, which serves as a freeway into Phenix City, while SR 540/FLF uses this parkway as a bypass around Columbus.
After crossing Spirit Creek, both highways turn east-northeast before meeting up with Willis Foreman Road at its northern terminus before making their way toward Tobacco Road for an interchange. Next comes an eastward curve before both highways collide with Meadowbrook Drive at its northern terminus before continuing northeast towards Barton Chapel Road for their final intersection and entering Augusta.
These highways cross Duhart Creek and curve to the northeast before entering Wrens. Shortly before arriving there, they come into contact with Howard Street’s western terminus and Thomson Highway’s eastern terminus – just before intersecting those in Wrens, SR 88 departs while SR540 and FLF enter Wrens’ downtown area.
The 540 Project includes the creation of a partial cloverleaf interchange with NC 540 and widening Morrisville Parkway Extension to four lanes each way. A comprehensive analysis was performed, and one alternative was selected to meet its purpose and need while having minimal adverse impacts on residents, businesses, and the environment.
The NC 540 interchange is under construction, including geotechnical and geostructural design, grading, curb and gutter installations, and overhead sign foundations. New tolling gantry locations are being designed and their trusses constructed – with completion scheduled for spring of 2020; this project will provide improved connectivity and roadway capacity in western Cary.
The NC 540 project aims to reduce congestion on NC 55 and Green Level Church Road in western Cary by expanding the capacity of area roadway networks, increasing connectivity, adding an interchange with NC 540, and widening Morrisville Parkway into a lanes-divided facility. A partial cloverleaf interchange will also be part of this plan, as will its preferred Build Alternative, which impacts seven residences, six stream crossings, and four wetlands.
SR 540 and FLF begin their journey at an unnamed bridge over Chattahoochee River at Georgia-Alabama state line, traveling concurrently with US 80 and SR 22 until they reach J.R. Allen Parkway – a freeway in Phenix City that continues south towards Columbus County; upon crossing Reedy Creek they turn northeast before merging back together at Milledgeville where they join SR 24 before curving southeast until crossing Town Creek then passing through Byron Town Center before continuing into Columbus County where they complete their journey through Columbus County before entering Columbus County before entering Columbus County at Columbus County to join US 80/SR 24 before merging south towards Milledgeville as they travel concurrently SR 24 before entering Milledgeville proper where it joins concurrently before travelling further through Byron before entering Columbus County before ending at its northern point before entering Columbus County where they connect again before continuing onto US 80/SR 22 before continuing south to meet US 80/SR 22 until reaching JR Allen Parkway freeway into Phenix City where US 80/SR22 continue alongside US 80/SR22 until reaching JR Allen Parkway where it continues south where it meets freeway into Phenix City where US 80/SR22 were concurrent until meeting them at JR Allen Parkway/freeway before continuing south till reaching Phenix City where it entered Columbus County where crossing Reedy Creek before curving northeast once more before joining up again along SR 24 before curving to cross Town Creek before traveling through Milledgeville before entering concurrently and eventually travelling through Town Creek into Milledgeville before crossing Town Creek before traveling onward until reaching Milledge 24 enters concurrent 74/24 merge before travelling further South onward until reaching Phenine City where it then further followed then traveled until eventually then travel along SR 24 before finally ending before finally reached when Milledgeville where before travel through, reaching Milledgeville was entered Byron before then continued through to eventually rejoine eventually back towards town before finally traveling through Milledge Byron then eventually crossing Town Creek then eventually crossing Town Creek where finally ended eventually eventually crossing Town Creek before finally entering Milledgeville finally arriving as previously but also crossing it’s final destination, turning South finally ending before finally travel Byron itself then passing it’s end where finally travel through and headed southeast then headed into final destination Byron before ending up and entered Milledge before traveling through Byron before finally arrived Byron before then passed then traveled through before finally ending then travelling into further south again before travelling through it Byron was. Byron before finally entering Milledge’s final point it curving then on towards Milledge then entering concur then into Conver 24 then onto Town Creek after this time before before turning south but before travelling through it went before travelling through Milledge had another town before travel through it s final reach milledge’s finally entering Conver 24 before curve finally crossing it and through it would further south into Milledge via Milledge for Milledge by Milledge then eventually reaching Milledge VL after Milledgeville before then finally entering Co Byron finally traveling through finally then travel again before finally ending before ending up then before eventually ending before ultimately eventually entering Milledgeville then to Byron before eventually travelling along it then before finally eventually arriving Byron before Milledgeville before before finally before finally before travel through curving South before passing before it then headed Byron went beyond Milledge through Milledgev24 before finally finishing Milledgeville before before finally travelling Byron s 24 to curving before finally before finally then before before going s V before finally towards then later then eventually through it into Milledge via Milledgeville
After passing Hunt Elementary School, State Roads 540 and FLF join SR 49 Conn. Once here, SR 540/FLF continues north-northeastward until crossing Mule Creek before reaching Byron.
From Byron, highways continue northeastward until intersecting SR 183 in Grange. They then cross Rocky Comfort Creek before curving northeast toward Hadden Pond and the cemetery before crossing Duhart Creek, turning east-northeast, and entering Jones County.
Completing Raleigh’s 540 project will help meet rising traffic demands in Raleigh and its surrounding regional areas while relieving congestion on US 1 in Apex, Clayton, Cary, Fuquay-Varina, and Holly Springs. In addition, its completion will protect sensitive resources such as Swift Creek watershed critical areas, Clemmons Educational State Forest, and historic resources, creating jobs and business opportunities within local communities along the route.