CONSTRUCTION RELATED TO ALL-ELECTRONIC TOLLING BEGINS NEXT MONTH AT JFK (I-95) TOLL PLAZA
As part of the Maryland Transportation Authority’s (MDTA) $1.1 billion program to relieve congestion and improve travel along the I-95 corridor into Harford County, northbound I-95 between MD 152 to MD 24 will be shifting to a new traffic pattern.
MD 24 NORTHBOUND AUXILIARY LANE TO BE PRESENTED AT VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING 7 P.M. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4
MD 24 NORTHBOUND AUXILIARY LANE TO BE
PRESENTED AT VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING
7 P.M. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4
Public comments will be received until February 18
Traffic Shift on I-95 Northbound between MD 152 and MD 24
SPLIT TRAFFIC PATTERN BEGINS APRIL 28 IN HARFORD COUNTY AS WORK ADVANCES ON $1.1 BILLION IMPROVEMENTS ON I-95
SPLIT TRAFFIC PATTERN BEGINS APRIL 29 IN HARFORD COUNTY AS WORK ADVANCES ON $1.1 BILLION IMPROVEMENTS ON I-95
The Bradshaw Road overpass at I-95 has reopened to traffic. The overpass closed for reconstruction in March 2019 and has reopened ahead of its originally scheduled reopening in spring 2020. MDTA thanks local residents and motorists for their patience.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE