Here's what to look for if you're traveling in the...

Travelers' advisory

November 10, 1991

Here's what to look for if you're traveling in the Baltimore metropolitan area this week. This list of highway projects includes only newly announced work, not continuing construction, which is extensive on several highways, including Interstate 95, U.S. 50/301 and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.

New highway projects

U.S. 1 northbound -- Traffic from Miller Road to Sheradale Drive has been switched to the new three-lane roadway while the southbound roadway is reconstructed. A concrete barrier prohibits left turns to and from Miller Road and Sheradale Drive. The State Highway Administration recommends that motorists from Sheradale Drive desiring to go south on U.S. 1 proceed north on U.S. 1 to Kingsville, then use Jerusalem and Bradshaw roads to get back to southbound U.S. 1. Miller Road traffic can make all movements at the intersection of U.S. 1 and Perry Hall Road.

Route 30 from Carroll County line to Western Maryland Railway bridge -- One lane of traffic maintained tomorrow through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., for milling and paving.

Falls Road (Route 25) -- Closed from Hillside Road to Old Court Road. Detours will be posted. This closing will be in effect until about Nov. 21 for emergency repairs.

Bus route changes:

The MTA has scheduled the following changes in bus routes for this week. For more information, call 539-5000; TTY for the hearing-impaired, 539-3497.

No. M10

Effective immediately and continuing until further notice, construction on Falls Road at Brightfield Road necessitates the following temporary route: southbound via regular route on Falls to Hillside Road, west on Hillside, south on Greenspring Avenue, east on Old Court Road, south on Falls, then via regular route; northbound via regular route on Falls to Old Court, west on Old Court, north on Greenspring, east on Hillside, north on Falls, then via regular route.

Veterans Day

MTA buses and the Baltimore Metro will operate on regular schedules.

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