Traffic: All lanes reopened on MD 150 in Dundalk

January 16, 2014|By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun

All lanes have been reopened on MD 150 in Dundalk on Thursday morning after the clearing of an accident involving a pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle, according to Baltimore County Police and the state Department of Transportation.

Police said the pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on MD 150 in Dundalk at MD 151. The pedestrian had been transported to a local hospital but did not offer additional information.

DOT reported at 7:04 a.m. that all eastbound traffic on MD 150 was closed at MD 151, but at around 8:40 a.m. DOT reported the road cleared.

DOT also reported that all lanes have been opened on Interstate 95 North in White Marsh after the clearing of a three-vehicle collision past the MD 43 (White Marsh Boulevard).

The State Highway Administration said that this week repairs will begin to the bridge carrying Baltimore Beltway traffic over Joppa Road in Baltimore County. Crews will repair concrete on the eastbound side of Joppa Road first then repair the westbound side.

On Thursday morning, crews will install work zone barriers and set up bridge scaffolding and traffic lane shifts along Joppa Road. Repairs will begin once the work zone is installed, SHA said.

During repairs, crews will temporarily close lanes and sidewalks and shift traffic along Joppa Road in the vicinity of the bridge, SHA said. All four through lanes on Joppa Road will remain open during peak travel hours with single-lane closures during off-peak hours. However, the center turn lane between Quentin Avenue and Jennifer Road will be closed 24 hours a day during repairs, SHA said.

The Maryland Transit Administration reported at 8:50 a.m. that trains and buses are running on schedule.

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