Howard Business

BWI DIGEST

May 07, 2001

Elm Road median has been removed, drivers warned

Travelers returning rental cars or meeting passengers at Baltimore-Washington International Airport should be aware that two-way traffic on Elm Road is no longer divided by a median.

Airport officials said medians were removed as roadway construction progresses. The surface was paved, and, beginning today, inbound and outbound traffic at the beginning of Elm Road will be divided by a double yellow line with reflectors.

To check on construction activity at BWI, log onto www.bwiairport.com, call 1-800-I-FLY-BWI or tune into 1040-AM when driving within a 5-mile radius of the airport.

Runway to be shut nightly this week for repairs

One of the primary commercial jet runways at BWI Airport is scheduled for nightly closures from today to Friday.

Some communities around the airport may observe changes in air traffic patterns during the weekend runway closures.

Runway 10/28 will close at 11 p.m. and reopen at 6 a.m. each day to allow for scheduled maintenance and pavement repairs. This temporary closure will not affect flight schedules.

Information: Division of Aviation Noise and Abatement, 410-859-7021.

Businesses may reserve booth for career fair

Businesses are invited to reserve a booth for the Career Fair 2001 on May 23 at BWI. About 45 area employers are expected to interview prospective employees and make job offers on the spot.

Positions available include professional, managerial, technical, administrative, clerical, security, retail sales, hospitality, aircraft support and food service. Prospective employers will include airlines, hotels, retail operations, job placement companies, federal and state government agencies, technology corporations and hospitality and security companies.

The career fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Information: Maryland Aviation Administration's Office of Fair Practices at 410-859-7229.

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