New ramps to open in Elkridge as part of Route 100 roadwork

March 05, 1996|By Shanon D. Murray | Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF

As part of a $30 million project to extend Maryland Route 100 from Interstate 95 to Route 295, new access ramps will open in Elkridge this week, the Maryland State Highway Administration said. says.

Ramps from eastbound Route 100 to southbound U.S. 1, from eastbound Route 100 to northbound U.S. 1, and from northbound U.S. 1 to westbound Route 100 (to Interstate 95 ramps) will open Thursday. The new Route 100-U.S. 1 interchange will replace an existing intersection and stop light.

While construction of the southbound U.S. 1 to westbound Route 100 ramp continues, motorists will be detoured to Route 175. The detour will remain in effect for about six months.

Lanes may be closed along eastbound Route 100 and north and southbound U.S. 1 during off-peak traffic hours.

The project to extend Route 100 should be completed this fall.

Pub Date: 3/05/96

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