Baltimore-area road closures and roadwork

For week beginning July 24

July 24, 2011|By The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County

New traffic pattern on Beltway: Starting Sunday night, the Maryland State Highway Administration will split lanes on southbound Interstate 695, (the Baltimore Beltway's outer loop), at the Liberty Road interchange, as part of a $25 million project to replace the I-695 bridge over Liberty Road. I-795 south motorists are advised to plan for extra travel time on weekday mornings.

By 5 a.m. Monday, all four lanes of the outer loop of I-695 will be open to traffic, with three through lanes open to the left of the work zone, and one through/exit lane open to the right of the work zone. Motorists who wish to reach Liberty Road from southbound I-695 must stay to the right of the work zone.

Bridge closed: Cuba Road Bridge until Sept. 2 for refurbishment. Traffic detoured to Miller Road, Falls Road and Western Run Road.

Howard County:

Lane closure: Right lane along westbound U.S. 40 (Baltimore National Pike) at the bridge over the Patapsco River (at the Baltimore/Howard County line) for construction of temporary bridges while existing bridge is being rehabilitated.

Anne Arundel County

Lane closures: Southbound Baltimore-Washington Parkway (MD 295) will be reduced to one lane starting around 8 p.m. Sunday and ending around 4 a.m. Monday between I-695 and I-195, for road widening work, and near Hammonds Ferry Road, for bridge rehabilitation work.

Harford County

Gate closed: Aberdeen Proving Grounds – Edgewood Area has closed its gate at the end of Route 24 (Emmorton Road) until around Aug. 22 for construction work. Traffic on Route 24 is being diverted to the Magnolia Gate at the end of Route 152 (Magnolia Road).

Road closed: Ruffs Mill Road from U.S. 1 to Thomas Run Road until early December for bridge reconstruction.

Carroll County

Bridge closed: Mumma Ford Road bridge undergoing rehabilitation. Traffic detour in effect.

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