Trucks banned downtown for July Fourth festivities

July 03, 2004

Trucks banned downtown for July Fourth festivities

Commercial vehicles, except those making local deliveries, will not be allowed downtown and at the Inner Harbor between noon and midnight tomorrow because of Fourth of July festivities, the city's Transportation Department announced.

Trucks with tanker-trailers will be prohibited downtown. Streets affected by the temporary restrictions will include Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard between the Interstate 395 split and Fayette Street; President Street from Aliceanna Street to Fayette Street; and Light Street from Pratt Street to Key Highway.

Information: 410-396-2371.

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