I-95 south slated for repair work near Route 216


Southbound traffic on Interstate 95 in southern Howard County is likely to be snarled tomorrow morning as contractors for the State Highway Administration make emergency repairs to deteriorated pavement.

The repairs will result in the closing of the two right lanes between the Route 216 overpass and the Prince George's County welcome sign between 5 a.m. and noon. Road crews will set up signs warning of the 1.5-mile lane closure and construction site. All northbound lanes will remain open.

If it rains, the work will be rescheduled.

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