I-95 ETL Northbound Extension - Reconstruction of the Clayton Road Overpass at I-95
As part of the MDTA’s $1.1 billion program to relieve congestion and improve travel along the I-95 corridor into Harford County, the MDTA replaced the Clayton Road overpass at I-95 which was more than 50 years old. The overpass was lengthened and raised to provide sufficient room for the northbound ETL improvements. To avoid future disruption, the new overpass will provide room for a possible future southbound ETL extension.
The new overpass includes:
- One lane in each direction, like today’s configuration
- Stone pattern finish
- Water quality improvements
Clayton Road Overpass at I-95 Reopens to Traffic
The Clayton Road overpass at I-95 has reopened to traffic. The overpass closed for reconstruction in September 2020 and has reopened as scheduled in April 2022. MDTA thanks local residents and motorists for their patience.
Clayton Road Detour Project Map PDF 323 KB Download
Rendering of Reconstructed Overpass
Construction of the Clayton Road overpass began in September 2020 and was opened to traffic in April 2022. To provide a safe environment, the overpass was closed between October 2020 and April 2022. This provided the shortest schedule for the new bridge construction.
Maryland Transportation Authority
Attn: Brian Wolfe, PE
Director of Project Development
Office of Engineering and Construction
8019 Corporate Drive, Suite F
Nottingham, MD 21236
Comments can be submitted by either U.S. mail or email to the above addresses.
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