Late night drivers, be advised that the Maryland Transportation Authority will be shutting down segments of Interstate 95 this week in the White Marsh area for the next phase of the I-95 Express Toll Lanes Project, according to a release.
Crews will be conducting bridge demolition and removal work beginning Monday night and continuing into Thursday morning—weather permitting.
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All Interstate 95 northbound lanes at the White Marsh Boulevard interchange will be closed from midnight to 5 a.m., Monday into Tuesday. Traffic will be detoured at Exit 67A to eastbound MD Route 7, Philadelphia Road, to westbound White Marsh Boulevard, to northbound Interstate 95, the release states.
All Interstate 95 southbound lanes, also at the White Marsh Boulevard interchange, will be closed starting at midnight on March 13, until 5 a.m. Thursday. Drivers will be redirected from Exit 67B to Interstate 95 south.
"Police will be directing traffic across at the signalized intersection," the release states.
The Transportation Authority's Express Toll Lanes Project is expected to be completed by 2014.
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