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Date: Oct 20, 2014

Facility: (I-95) Fort McHenry Tunnel

(I-95) Fort McHenry Tunnel Closures for the Week of October 20, 2014

The following closures are tentatively scheduled at the Fort McHenry Tunnel the week of October 20, 2014 through October 26, 2014:

  • Monday 10/20 - Bore 2 and Bore 3 closed for maintenance operations
  • Tuesday 10/21 - Bore 2 and Bore 3 closed for maintenance operations
  • Wednesday 10/22 - Bore 2 and Bore 3 closed for mainenance operations
  • Thursday 10/23 - Bore 2 and Bore 3 closed for mainenance operations
  •  Friday 10/24 - Bore 2 closed for maintenance operations
  •  Saturday 10/25 - Bore 2 closed for maintenance operations
  • Sunday 10/26 Bore 2 closed for maintenance operations

This is a tentative schedule subject to change due to weather, heavy traffic, incidents or priority closures.

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Oct. 20, 2014

Contact:          John Sales

410-537-1017

 

 

WORK TO RESULT IN TEMPORARY OVERNIGHT CLOSURE OF RAMP FROM SOUTHBOUND I-895 TO POTEE STREET THIS WEDNESDAY

 

WHAT:           Weather permitting, the ramp from southbound I-895 to Potee Street (Exit 7) will be closed temporarily to traffic.              

                        The detour route will direct motorists to Frankfurst Avenue (Exit 8), to Hanover Street, to Patapsco Avenue, to Potee Street.

WHEN:           Wednesday, Oct. 22, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. the following morning.                                             

WHY:              Toll Dollars At Work. Crews will be performing asphalt work as 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.

 

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The MDTA thanks motorists for their patience.

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