Four traffic lanes on northbound Interstate 95 between the Caton Avenue on-ramp and Fort McHenry Tunnel will split around a work zone.
One lane will be directed to the left and three others to the right, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority. Travelers in the left lane will not be able to access the exits for Russell Street, northbound Interstate 395, Hanover Street and Key Highway.
Stay right to use exits.
The work is part of a $66 million project to replace the existing concrete riding surface and roadway joints on I-95 and the ramps serving it in Baltimore City. It is scheduled for completion in mid-July.
Starting Tuesday, speed enforcement equipment will be used on northbound I-95 between Caton Avenue and the Fort McHenry Tunnel. Citations will begin on or about July 1, after a 21-day warning period.
Until June 20, passengers for Aberdeen and Perryville who typically transfer from MARC 520 to Amtrak 186 at Baltimore will have an alternate route, according to the Maryland Transit Administration. The travelers will remain on the 520 train and then transfer to a motor coach at Edgewood, which will take them to Aberdeen and Perryville.
Fire crews are responding to a fuel spill of less than 100 gallons in the area of MD Route 22 at Post Road, according to the Aberdeen Police Department. Motorists should expect some traffic congestion.
There is debris in the roadway on two eastbound traffic lanes on US 50 east at the Bay Bridge, according to the Maryland Department of Transportation. It's unclear how traffic is impacted.
The Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Stop-In Center will be closed until June 13 for renovations.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun