Traffic: Disabled vehicle in Balto. Co. forces lane closures

A disabled vehicle on Interstate 95 South prior to the White Marsh Boulevard exit in Baltimore County has now forced closure of three southbound lanes on Tuesday morning, according to the state Department of Transportation.

Two of four southbound traffic lanes and one of two southbound shoulders were closed at 7:07 a.m., DOT said. Earlier, two lanes had been closed due to the obstruction.

The Maryland Transit Administration reported minor delays on the Metro subway and light rail at 8:11 a.m.

Also, the Baltimore City Department of Transportation said that new traffic patterns were implemented along a portion of Charles Street on Monday as the city undergoes the Phase I Detour of its Charles Street Reconstruction Project.

The transportation authority said that northbound Charles Street from 28th Street to University Parkway will be open only for local traffic and emergency vehicles. Other motorists will be diverted at 28th street and will continue north on Calvert Street, officials said. Businesses will remain open during the detour, which city officials said are expected to remain in effect through the fall of next year.

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