Post office traffic changed ahead of tax deadline

Parking restrictions also in effect tomorrow near Fayette Street facility

April 14, 2005|By Staff.

Anticipating a rush of last-minute tax filers, the Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced street closings and parking restrictions in effect tomorrow night near the main post office at 900 E. Fayette St.

North High Street will be closed between Baltimore and Fayette streets tomorrow from 5 p.m. until midnight.

Traffic will be directed east on Fayette Street to Exeter Street, where it can exit onto Interstate 83 via Baltimore and President streets.

In addition, parking will be prohibited along both sides of Fayette Street from Colvin to Front streets so that the right lanes may be used as dedicated lanes for dropping off tax returns.

Postal employees will be stationed along the curb to accept tax returns until midnight.

Department of Transportation Special Traffic Enforcement Officers will be in place to facilitate the flow of traffic.

Motorists traveling in this area are encouraged to use alternate routes.

April 14, 2005, 2:35 PM EDT.

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