I-695 Curtis Creek Drawbridge Preservation Project
Changing traffic patterns starting January 2018 through November 2018 between Quarantine Rd. (Exit 1) and MD 10 (Exit 2).
The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) has begun to rehabilitate the Curtis Creek Drawbridge, located south of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on I-695. The $20 million project will rehabilitate the structural, mechanical and electrical components of the Curtis Creek Drawbridge. Two-way traffic will operate 24/7 on this section of I-695. The MDTA will close the Inner Loop I-695 first and operate two-way traffic on the Outer Loop. Once complete, the Outer Loop will close and two-way traffic will operate on the Inner Loop. During this stage, the entrance ramp from northbound MD 10 to the Outer Loop will be closed 24/7. All lanes will be open in November 2018. Detours will be in place and motorists should prepare to use alternative routes. Cianbro Corporation is performing the work. This preservation project, funded completely by toll revenue, is part of the MDTA's commitment to preserving and maintaining the State's aging toll bridges, tunnels and highways.
- Major Roadwork I-695 on Curtis Creek Drawbridge Expect Delays - Project Flyer 12-282017 (PDF DOWNLOAD)