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MDTA News and Infromation.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

March 19, 2014

Contact: 1st Sgt. Jonathan Green, 410-537-7724

MDTA POLICE TO HOST RECRUITMENT
EVENT FOR POLICE CADETS

"Join the Ranks"

BALTIMORE, MD  The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police will host its fifth annual Police Cadet Career Night:

MDTA) Police will host its fifth annual Police Cadet Career Night:

Friday, March 21, 2014
5 - 7:30 p.m.

MDTA Police Headquarters
4330 Broening Highway, Baltimore, MD 21222

"We look forward to hosting this unique recruiting event each year," said MDTA Police Chief Col. Michael T. Kundrat. "This is a fantastic opportunity for high school seniors or recent graduates to learn all about our cadet program and what it has to offer."

Police cadets are young men and women (ages 17-20) who are interested in a career in law enforcement, but are not old enough to become police officers. MDTA Police cadets receive training and work alongside MDTA Police officers until they are eligible to enter the MDTA Police Training Academy.

"The MDTA Police cadet program offers more than a job -- its an excellent opportunity to start a career that offers professional growth and development," said MDTA Police Recruitment Commander 1st Sgt. Arthur Brown. "With our college tuition reimbursement program, MDTA Police cadets have the potential to earn an associate of arts degree upon completion of the MDTA Police Training Academy at age 21."

Following a presentation, a written test will be offered for those who are interested in "Joining the Ranks."

For additional information, call 1-877-890-8827 or visit mdtapolicerecruiting.com and click on the link for MDTA Police Cadet Career Night. Individuals interested in attending should reserve their seats by filling out the confirmation form and following the online instructions.

The MD Transportation Authority (MDTA) offers the following travel tips for the spring months: 

Don’t Wing It. Plan Ahead! 

  • Follow the MDTA at twitter.com/TheMDTA and facebook.com/TheMDTA.
  • Call 1-877-BAYSPAN (229-7726) for 24/7 Bay Bridge traffic conditions.
  • Visit baybridge.com to view traffic cameras and to sign up for email alerts.
  • Know Before You Go - call 511 or visit MD511.org for statewide travel information.  To view traffic cameras on MDTA roadways, click on the Traffic Cameras.
  • Check Traffic Advisories for MDTA scheduled construction and maintenance projects.
  • Ease your travel with E-ZPass.  Visit ezpassmd.com  to enroll on-line and for a list of E-ZPass “On the Go” retail locations.
  • For MDTA toll rates, use our online Toll Rate Calculator.
  • Consider the Intercounty Connector (ICC)/MD 200 in your travel plans.

Weather permitting, the MDTA will implement two-way traffic operations to help alleviate delays on the Bay Bridge.   

For your safety and the safety of other motorists and emergency personnel:

  •                  Devote your full attention to driving – it is illegal to text and use hand-held cell phones while driving in Maryland.
  •                  Law requires that every passenger in a moving vehicle be secured with a seat belt or child safety restraint.
  •                  Do not change lanes while traveling over bridges and through tunnels.
  •                  Move over when passing an emergency situation.  If you are unable to move over, slow down.
  •                  Slow down in work zones. Lives are on the line.
  •                  Wipers on, headlights on.
  •                  Pay attention to lane markings and rumble strips on the Bay Bridge westbound span.  Lane changes between the westbound left and center lanes are prohibited for the entire span, whether or not two-way operations are in effect.
  •                  Obey posted speed limits and overhead lane-control signals.
  •                  Keep a safe following distance to avoid rear-end collisions.
  •                  Keep your eyes on the road – do not sight-see. 
  •                  Make sure your vehicle is “road ready.”
  •                  If your vehicle becomes disabled, remain inside and call #77 for assistance.

Please use caution, reduce speeds and increase following distances when traveling on wet roads.  Turn on your lights to increase your visibility.

Seasonal Tips:

  •                  Icy conditions may still be present during overnight and morning periods.
  •                  Always be alert for motorcycles, as they can be hard to spot.
  •                  Watch out for increased pedestrian and bicycle traffic.
  •                  Spring is an active season for wildlife.  Stay alert for animals on the move.
  •                  When driving in fog, motorists should use low beam headlights since the high beam setting creates glare and reduces visibility.
  •                  Precipitation along with the winter freeze-thaw cycle produces potholes.  As crews statewide continue their repair process, please use caution and slow down if you encounter a pothole in your travels.

To report a pothole located on a Maryland toll facility road please email: mdta.maryland.gov

 

On all MDTA bridges, wind warnings and restrictions would be implemented as outlined below:

  • Wind Warning (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts of 30-39 mph) operators of house trailers, box trailers, motorcycles, vehicles with roof-mount racks containing cargo or any other vehicle that may be subject to high winds are advised to use caution while traveling across the bridge.
  • Wind Restriction I (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts of 40-49 mph) house trailers, empty box trailers or any vehicle that, in the opinion of law-enforcement personnel, may not safely cross the bridge will be prohibited from traveling the bridge.  Motorists who are denied passage will be assisted with safely turning around.
  • Wind Restriction II (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts exceeding 50 mph) only automobiles, pickup trucks, flatbed trailers, commercial buses and heavy-laden tractor/trailers are permitted to cross the bridge.  Tractor-box trailer combinations will not be permitted to cross any bridge if the gross weight is less than 64,000 pounds.
  • Traffic Holds/Bridge Closure (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts exceeding 55 mph) In the event of a sudden increase of sustained wind speeds or wind gusts that could jeopardize life or property, the MDTA may elect to discontinue the movement of traffic across the bridge.

 

Timeline for I-95 Travel Plaza Redevelopment:

·                 The new Maryland House is open for service; Chesapeake House closed for reconstruction.

·                 Summer/Fall 2014: Chesapeake House reopens for service.

The MDTA thanks motorists for their patience.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Jan. 30, 2014

Contact:          John Sales

410-537-1017

 

 

 

TOLL BOOTH REPLACEMENT PROJECT UNDERWAY

AT FORT MCHENRY TUNNEL (I-95)

  

WHAT:           Through April 1, at least one toll lane will be closed for construction during daytime hours.  The toll lanes on either side of the affected toll lane also may be closed each night.

                        All oversized (permit) vehicles should continue to use the far right toll lane at the toll plaza (Toll Lane 1 northbound, Toll Lane 24 southbound).  If the far right toll lane is closed, drivers must queue and wait for the toll lane to be opened.  Permit vehicle drivers must call 410-537-1230 at least one hour prior to arrival at the toll plaza and provide notice of intent to travel.

WHEN:          One toll lane in each direction may be continuously closed (24/7) until booth replacement is complete. One adjacent toll lane may be closed between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. the following morning.  The second adjacent toll lane may be closed between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. the following morning.

WHY:              Work is for the toll booth replacement project currently underway by Facchina Construction Company, Inc. at the tunnel toll plaza.  Replacing the nearly 30-year-old toll booths is one of many MD Transportation Authority (MDTA) system preservation projects.

Note: Motorists should pay attention to the highway message signs on the roadway approaching the toll plaza and listen to the Highway Advisory Radio (1610 AM) at the tunnel for information on which toll lanes are closed.

 

To view real-time traffic camera images on MDTA roadways, visit mdta.maryland.gov.  Know Before You Go!  Call 511 or visit MD511.org for statewide travel information. 

Follow the MDTA at twitter.com/TheMDTA and facebook.com/TheMDTA.

The MDTA thanks motorists for their patience.

 

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The MD Transportation Authority (MDTA) offers the following travel tips for the winter months: 

Game plan for your travels. 

  • Follow the MDTA at twitter.com/TheMDTA and facebook.com/TheMDTA.
  • Ease your travel with E-ZPass.  Visit ezpassmd.com to enroll on-line and for a list of E-ZPass “On the Go” retail locations. Call 1-877-BAYSPAN (229-7726) for 24/7 Bay Bridge traffic conditions.
  • Visit baybridge.com to view traffic cameras and to sign up for email alerts.
  • Know Before You Go - call 511 or visit MD511.org for statewide travel information.  To view traffic cameras on MDTA roadways, click on the Traffic Cameras.
  • For MDTA toll rates, use our online Toll Rate Calculator.
  • Consider the Intercounty Connector (ICC)/MD 200 in getting to BWI Airport.

Drive only if it’s absolutely necessary when winter weather hits.  For your safety and the safety of other motorists and emergency personnel:

  •                  Devote your full attention to driving – it is illegal to text and use hand-held cell phones while driving in Maryland.
  •                  Law requires that every passenger in a moving vehicle be secured with a seat belt or child safety restraint.
  •                  Do not change lanes while traveling over bridges and through tunnels.
  •                  Move over when passing an emergency situation.  If you are unable to move over, slow down.
  •                  Bridges, overpasses and infrequently traveled roads will freeze first.
  •                  Do not pass snow plows and sanding trucks.
  •                  Pay attention to lane markings and rumble strips on the Bay Bridge westbound span.  Lane changes between the westbound left and center lanes are prohibited for the entire span, whether or not two-way operations are in effect.
  •                  Obey posted speed limits and overhead lane-control signals.
  •                  Keep a safe following distance to avoid rear-end collisions.
  •                  Keep your eyes on the road – do not sight-see. 
  •                  Make sure your vehicle is “road ready.”
  •                  If your vehicle becomes disabled, remain inside and call #77 for assistance.
  •                  When driving in fog, motorists should use low beam headlights since the high beam setting creates glare and reduces visibility.

Please use caution, reduce speeds and increase following distances when traveling on wet/icy roads.  Turn on your lights to increase your visibility.

Pack a winter weather emergency kit for your vehicle.
Recommended contents:

  •         Cell phone and car charger
  •         Blankets or a sleeping bag
  •         Flashlight and extra batteries
  •         Jumper cables
  •         Emergency flares
  •         Extra clothing (boots, hats and gloves)
  •         Shovel
  •         Bottled water or juice and nonperishable foods
  •         First-aid kit and necessary medications
  •         Sand or non-clumping cat litter for tire traction

On all MDTA bridges, wind warnings and restrictions would be implemented as outlined below:

  • Wind Warning (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts of 30-39 mph) operators of house trailers, box trailers, motorcycles, vehicles with roof-mount racks containing cargo or any other vehicle that may be subject to high winds are advised to use caution while traveling across the bridge.
  • Wind Restriction I (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts of 40-49 mph) house trailers, empty box trailers or any vehicle that, in the opinion of law-enforcement personnel, may not safely cross the bridge will be prohibited from traveling the bridge.  Motorists who are denied passage will be assisted with safely turning around.
  • Wind Restriction II (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts exceeding 50 mph) only automobiles, pickup trucks, flatbed trailers, commercial buses and heavy-laden tractor/trailers are permitted to cross the bridge.  Tractor-box trailer combinations will not be permitted to cross any bridge if the gross weight is less than 64,000 pounds.
  • Traffic Holds/Bridge Closure (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts exceeding 55 mph) In the event of a sudden increase of sustained wind speeds or wind gusts that could jeopardize life or property, the MDTA may elect to discontinue the movement of traffic across the bridge.

Timeline for I-95 Travel Plaza Redevelopment:

·                 Jan. 16, 2014: Maryland House reopens for service; Chesapeake House closes for reconstruction.

·                 Fall 2014: Chesapeake House reopens for service.

The MDTA thanks motorists for their patience.

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On all MDTA bridges, wind warnings and restrictions would be implemented as outlined below:

  • Wind Warning (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts of 30-39 mph) operators of house trailers, box trailers, motorcycles, vehicles with roof-mount racks containing cargo or any other vehicle that may be subject to high winds are advised to use caution while traveling across the bridge.
  • Wind Restriction I (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts of 40-49 mph) house trailers, empty box trailers or any vehicle that, in the opinion of law-enforcement personnel, may not safely cross the bridge will be prohibited from traveling the bridge.  Motorists who are denied passage will be assisted with safely turning around.
  • Wind Restriction II (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts exceeding 50 mph) only automobiles, pickup trucks, flatbed trailers, commercial buses and heavy-laden tractor/trailers are permitted to cross the bridge.  Tractor-box trailer combinations will not be permitted to cross any bridge if the gross weight is less than 64,000 pounds.
  • Traffic Holds/Bridge Closure (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts exceeding 55 mph) In the event of a sudden increase of sustained wind speeds or wind gusts that could jeopardize life or property, the MDTA may elect to discontinue the movement of traffic across the bridge.

 

Follow the MDTA at twitter.com/TheMDTA, facebook.com/TheMDTA and mdta.maryland.gov. 

CONTINUOUS CLOSURE OF RAMP FROM

SOUTHBOUND I-895 TO POTEE STREET (EXIT 7)

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WHAT:           The exit ramp from southbound I-895 to Potee Street (Exit 7) in Baltimore City will be continuously closed (24/7).  The detour route will direct motorists from southbound I-895, to northbound I-695 (Exit 3; Inner Loop), to Washington Boulevard (Exit 10), to Patapsco Avenue, to Potee Street.

WHEN:           The exit ramp from southbound I-895 to Potee Street (Exit 7) closed Saturday, Sept. 28.  The exit ramp is expected to reopen in late February 2014.

WHY:              Repairs to the I-895 Potee Street and Patapsco Avenue entrance and exit ramps are part of the MD Transportation Authoritys (MDTA) $12.6 million facility preservation project to replace the decks of the I-895 bridges over Patapsco Avenue, Potee Street and Hanover Street.  Northbound and southbound I-895 lanes are reduced to 10.5 feet (left lane) and 11.5 feet (right lane) throughout project.

 

To view real-time traffic camera images on MDTA roadways, visit mdta.maryland.gov.  Know Before You Go!  Call 511 or visit MD511.org for statewide travel information.  Follow the MDTA at twitter.com/TheMDTA and facebook.com/TheMDTAThe MDTA thanks motorists for their patience. 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Dec. 4, 2013

Contact:  1st Sgt. Jonathan Green 410-537-7724

          

BRING YOUR TOYS FOR TOTS

ON YOUR COMMUTE

 

BALTIMORE, MD - Join the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police, MDTA staff and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves in the national Toys for Tots campaign at the Baltimore harbor crossings.  Since 1990, MDTA employees have collected more than 133,000 toys from customers of the toll facilities and Port of Baltimore. 

On Dec. 11, 12 and 13 from 6 to 9 a.m. and from 3 to 5 p.m., employees will collect new, unwrapped toys at the Baltimore Harbor and Fort McHenry tunnels

(I-895, I-95/I-395) and the Francis Scott Key Bridge (I-695) and also at the Bay Bridge (US 50/301), the Gov. Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge (US 301), the Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge (US 40), the Intercounty Connector (ICC)/MD 200 and the Dundalk Marine Terminal.  Please note that we will NOT be collecting at the MVA Gaithersburg and Beltsville E-ZPass Stop-in Centers near the Intercounty Connector (ICC)/MD 200 as we have done so in prior years.

"We are excited about this opportunity for all of the citizens we serve to donate toys for those less fortunate," said MDTA Acting Executive Secretary Bruce W. Gartner.  "Each year, the men and women of the MDTA look forward to this holiday tradition."  Mr. Gartner will be collecting toys at the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel on Dec. 13 beginning at 7:30 a.m.

Toll facility customers who wish to donate toys should use the far-right toll lane and follow directions from Santa, uniformed MDTA police officers or MDTA staff.  (Note: This includes E-ZPass® customers who wish to drop off toys.)  The MDTA Police remind drivers to keep safety in mind as they approach toy drop-off sites.  Toys may be dropped off at designated sites during scheduled times only.  Toll collectors are unable to accept donations in the toll lanes

Toys collected at the Baltimore-area facilities will be given to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves base in northeast Baltimore for distribution. 

For more information on the MDTAs collection efforts, visit mdta.maryland.gov.  For more on the Toys for Tots program, visit toysfortots.org.

 

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Note: If you choose to use an acronym, please refer to Maryland Transportation Authority Police as the MDTA Police. Thank you.

 

The MD Transportation Authority (MDTA) offers the following travel tips for the fall season: 

GAME PLAN for your travels. spike1

  •       Follow the MDTA at twitter.com/TheMDTA and facebook.com/TheMDTA.
  •       Ease your travel with E-ZPass.  Visit ezpassmd.com to enroll on-line and for a list of E-ZPass “On the Go” retail locations.
  •       Visit baybridge.com to view traffic cameras and to sign up for email alerts.
  •       Call 1-877-BAYSPAN (229-7726) for 24/7 Bay Bridge traffic conditions.
  •       Know Before You Go - call 511 or visit MD511.org for statewide travel information.  To view traffic cameras on MDTA roadways, click on the Traffic Cameras.
  •       For all toll rates, use our online Toll Rate Calculator.
  •       Consider the Intercounty Connector (ICC)/MD 200 in getting to BWI Airport.

For your safety and the safety of other motorists and emergency personnel:

·                 Devote your full attention to driving – it is illegal to text and use hand-held cell phones while driving in Maryland.

·                 Law requires that every passenger in a moving vehicle be secured with a seat belt or child safety restraint.

·                 Do not change lanes while traveling over bridges and through tunnels.

·                 Pay attention to lane markings and rumble strips on the Bay Bridge westbound span.  Lane changes between the westbound left and center lanes are prohibited for the entire span, whether or not two-way operations are in effect.

·                 Obey posted speed limits and overhead lane-control signals.

·                 Keep a safe following distance to avoid rear-end collisions.

·                 Keep your eyes on the road – do not sight-see. 

·                 Make sure your vehicle is “road ready.”

·                 If your vehicle becomes disabled, remain inside and call #77 for assistance.

·                 Move-over when passing an emergency situation.  If you are unable to move over, slow down.

·                 When driving in fog, motorists should use low beam headlights since the high beam setting creates glare and reduces visibility.

·                 Watch for patches of wet leaves on the road. Once leaves become wet, they can present slippery & dangerous driving conditions.

·                 The risk of deer/vehicle collisions is greatest during autumn and early winter. Two-thirds of these crashes occur in October, November and December. Stay alert.

Please use caution, reduce speeds and increase following distances when traveling on wet roads.  Turn on your lights to increase your visibility.

On all MDTA bridges, wind warnings and restrictions would be implemented as outlined below:

  • Wind Warning (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts of 30-39 mph) operators of house trailers, box trailers, motorcycles, vehicles with roof-mount racks containing cargo or any other vehicle that may be subject to high winds are advised to use caution while traveling across the bridge.
  • Wind Restriction I (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts of 40-49 mph) house trailers, empty box trailers or any vehicle that, in the opinion of law-enforcement personnel, may not safely cross the bridge will be prohibited from traveling the bridge.  Motorists who are denied passage will be assisted with safely turning around.
  • Wind Restriction II (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts exceeding 50 mph) only automobiles, pickup trucks, flatbed trailers, commercial buses and heavy-laden tractor/trailers are permitted to cross the bridge.  Tractor-box trailer combinations will not be permitted to cross any bridge if the gross weight is less than 64,000 pounds.
  • Traffic Holds/Bridge Closure (sustained wind speeds or wind gusts exceeding 55 mph) In the event of a sudden increase of sustained wind speeds or wind gusts that could jeopardize life or property, the MDTA may elect to discontinue the movement of traffic across the bridge.

Timeline for Travel Plaza Redevelopment:

·                 Winter 2014: Maryland House reopens for service; Chesapeake House closes for reconstruction.

·                 Fall 2014: Chesapeake House reopens for service.

 

The MDTA thanks motorists for their patience.

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MDTA CANNED FOOD DRIVE

Join the MD Transportation Authority (MDTA) as it collects canned goods and non-perishable items for the Maryland Food Bank as part of Maryland's "Day To Serve" 2013 campaign.

September 23 - 27*
7 - 9 a.m. and 3 - 5 p.m.

Please drop off canned and non-perishable food items at:

  • Baltimore Harbor Tunnel (I-895)
  • Fort McHenry Tunnel (I-95)
  • Francis Scott Key Bridge (I-695)
  • Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge (US 40)
  • Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge (US 301)
  • William Preston Lane Jr. Memorial (Bay) Bridge (US 50/301)
    * There is NO collection at the Bay Bridge on Friday, Sept. 27

Toll-facility customers who wish to donate items should use the far-right toll lane and follow directions from MDTA staff. Toll collectors are unable to accept donations in the toll lanes.

Toll collectors are unable to accept donations in the toll lanes.

The items most needed are:
Canned meat, ham, tuna & chicken; peanut butter; macaroni & cheese; canned stews; salmon & sardines; nuts & seeds; dried canned beans; oatmeal; breakfast cereal; rice & rice cakes; pasta; canned fruits and juices; canned vegetables; canned soup; evaporated milk; powdered milk; infant fomula; pudding; diapers; toilet paper; & plastic/paper cups & plates.

Thank you for your support!
 

For more information:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Sept. 17, 2013

 

Contact:  Cheryl Sparks 410-537-1035

          

BRING CANNED GOODS

 ON YOUR COMMUTE

Donate non-perishable food items at MD

bridges and tunnels Sept. 23-27

 

BALTIMORE, MD - Join the MD Transportation Authority (MDTA) and Marylanders from across the state in the Maryland Day to Serve campaign to donate time and/or resources which brings citizens together to feed the hungry and heal the planet.  Next week, MDTA employees will be collecting non-perishable food items at MDTA toll facilities for the Maryland Food Bank.

"We are honored to be a part of this remarkable initiative that will help put food on the table for families," said MDTA Acting Executive Secretary Bruce Gartner. "As a public-service agency, the MDTA is excited to join a campaign that unites the citizens of Maryland with a common purpose of helping others."

Starting Sept. 23 through Sept. 27 from 7 to 9 a.m. and from 3 to 5 p.m. daily, employees will collect non-perishable items at the Baltimore Harbor and Fort McHenry Tunnels (I-895, I-95), the Francis Scott Key Bridge (I-695), the Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge (US 40) and the Gov. Harry W. Nice Memorial Bridge    (US 301). Non-perishable items will be collected at the Bay Bridge (US 50/301) from Sept. 23 to Sept. 26 from 7 to 9 a.m. and from 3 to 5 p.m daily.  You may also bring your donations to any E-ZPass MD Stop-in Center daily from Sept. 23-27 during regular business hours.

The items most needed are:  canned meat, ham and chicken; peanut butter; macaroni and cheese; canned stews; canned tuna, salmon and sardines; nuts and seeds; dried canned beans; oatmeal; breakfast cereal; rice and rice cakes; pasta; canned fruits and juices; canned vegetables; canned soup; evaporated milk; powdered milk; infant fomula; pudding; diapers; toilet paper; and plastic/paper cups and plates.

Customers who wish to donate non-perishable items should use the far-right toll lane and follow directions from uniformed MDTA police officers or MDTA staff. (Note:  This includes E-ZPass customers who wish to drop off items.)  The MDTA Police remind drivers to keep safety in mind as they approach drop-off sites. Non-perishable items may be dropped off at designated sites during scheduled times only.  Toll collectors are unable to accept donations in the toll lanes.

Follow the MDTA at mdta.maryland.gov, twitter.com/TheMDTA, and facebook.com/TheMDTA.  For more on the Maryland Day to Serve program, visit daytoserve.org/Maryland.

 

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