As of 9 a.m. Monday, traffic was slow on Lombard Street near Lloyd Street in Baltimore City, due to an accident.

An accident was slowing traffic on Fallston Road near Pleasantville Road in Fallston.


A water main break was disrupting traffic around Madison Street and Guilford Avenue in Baltimore City.

North Charles Street was closed between North Avenue and West 21st Street in Baltimore City, due to water main repairs. Officials recommend that motorists use Calvert or Howard streets or I-83 as alternative routes.

The Maryland Transit Administration advises patrons there is no MARC train service or Commuter Bus service Monday due to the Veterans Day holiday. Light rail, local bus and Metro Subway service will operate on their usual schedules.

Monument Street is closed between Wolfe Street and Patterson Park Avenue in East Baltimore, due to sinkhole repairs. Maryland Transit Administration bus 35 has been diverted.

Some streets in downtown and midtown Baltimore City will be closed temporarily starting at 7 a.m. Monday for a Veterans Day parade that begins at 9 a.m. Detours and parking restrictions will be in effect.

According to the Baltimore City Department of Transportation, the following roads will be closed to through traffic starting at 7 a.m.: Eastbound Mount Vernon Place from Cathedral Street to St. Paul Street, Charles Street from Fayette Street to Monument Street; Lexington Street from Charles Street to Frederick Street; Gay Street from Fayette Street to Fallsway, and Saratoga Street from Gay Street to Holiday Street.

The parade will start at the intersection of Charles and Centre Streets. Participants will head south on Charles Street, east on Lexington Street and then to Gay Street where the parade will end.

Commuters are warned that temporary traffic stops may be implemented during the parade for the safety of participants. Motorists traveling in the area of the parade route are advised to look out for pedestrians and take alternate routes if possible.