The city Department of Transportation has revised this week's overnight closures of the Jones Falls Expressway at 29th Street as crews replace collapsed drainage pipes and repair erosion that threatened to undermine the road.
During the closures, traffic will be routed onto the 28th Street exit ramp. Motorists should continue left on Sisson Street, take a left on 29th Street, and then get back onto the JFX.
Once the full closures are lifted, the left lane in each direction will remain off limits until the $2 million project is finished. Barring bad weather, repair work is expected to be completed in early June.
Wednesday through Friday: Full closure of the northbound lanes and double left lane closure on the southbound side, 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Overnight JFX closures to continue
Revised schedule means complete and partial shutdowns this week
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