New highway projectsU.S. 1 -- The right northbound lane...

Travelers' advisory

October 13, 1991

New highway projects

U.S. 1 -- The right northbound lane will be closed from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow through Friday from Miller Road to Sheradale Drive for road reconstruction. Also, about Nov. 1, traffic from Miller Road to Sheradale Drive will be switched to the new three-lane roadway, while the southbound roadway is being reconstructed, resulting in two-lane traffic southbound until noon, then reversing to two lanes northbound. Local traffic for Miller Road will use the following detour: Perry Hall Road to Pepperhill Road to Miller Road. North and southbound lanes have new traffic patterns between Putty Hill Road and Dunfield Road.

I-695 (Baltimore Beltway) -- Two lanes on the outer loop will be closed 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. today over Liberty Road (Route 26) for bridge repair. Expect delays and single lane closings 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. tomorrow through Friday on inner and outer loop from Belair Road to Perring Parkway during bridge construction. Two lanes of the outer loop may be closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for overhead steel replacement.

U.S. 50/301 -- There is a new traffic pattern for eastbound U.S. 50/301 at the Cape St. Claire intersection. The two left turn lanes to Cape St. Claire Road have been closed, which will require a right turn using exit 29-B. The interchange at Old Mill Bottom Road is open to traffic. Intersection and traffic signal will remain in operation until tomorrow.

Route 140 from Carroll County Line to I-795 -- One lane of traffic will be closed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. tomorrow through Friday for milling and paving.

Bus route changes:

Special service

No. 73 Shuttle to the Baltimore Museum of Art -- In conjunction with the Baltimore Museum of Art's Monet exhibit, the MTA will operate a new shuttle service between the museum and the Venable parking lot at the southeast corner of 33rd Street and Ellerslie Avenue, opposite Memorial Stadium.

Temporary reroutings

The Columbus Day parade today necessitates the following diversions from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Nos. 7 and 10 -- Eastbound via regular route eastbound on Pratt to Charles Street, north on Charles, east on Baltimore Street, north on Gay Street, east on Fayette Street, south on Central Avenue, east on Pratt Street, then via regular route. No change westbound.

Nos. 8 (Inner Harbor service), 61 and 62 -- Southbound via regular route southbound on Light Street to Conway Street, west on Conway, north on Charles to the temporary layover point on Charles at Pratt. Northbound from layover point northbound on Charles at Pratt, north on Charles, east on Baltimore to Calvert Street, then via regular route.

No. 19 -- Northbound via regular route eastbound on Pratt to Charles, north on Charles, east on Baltimore, north on Gay, then via regular route. No change southbound.

No. 27 -- Southbound via regular route eastbound on Pratt to Charles, north on Charles, east on Baltimore, north on Gay, east on Fayette Street, south on Central, west on Lombard Street to the temporary layover in the transit stop at Albemarle Street. Northbound from the temporary layover in the transit stop westbound on Lombard at Albemarle, west on Lombard, then via regular route.

No. 64 -- Northbound via regular route northbound on Light Street to Henrietta Street, west on Henrietta, north on Charles, east on Baltimore, north on Calvert, then via regular route. No change southbound.

No. 30

A flea market Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. necessitates a temporary route. Northbound via regular route to Mosher and Division streets, northeast on Mosher, northwest on McCulloh Street, northeast on McMechen Street, then via regular route. Southbound via regular route to McMechen and Druid Hill Avenue, southeast on Druid Hill, southwest on Mosher, then via regular route.

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