If you plan on taking I-95 through southwest Baltimore County during the evenings anytime soon, the Maryland State Highway Administration recommends that you allow extra travel time.
Crews will begin pavement repair along I-95 beginning this Sunday night, and the nighttime work will last as long as temperatures permit through the late fall—and into next spring if necessary.
The work will extend along I-95 between the Howard/Baltimore County line and the Baltimore County/City line, according to an SHA release.
Single lane closures along I-95 may begin at 7 p.m., with double lane closures beginning at 9 p.m. and ending by 5 a.m. the next morning. When necessary, triple lane closures may occur between midnight and 4 a.m., SHA said in the release.
During pavement repair work, crews will patch sections of damaged pavement along I-95 and will resurface lanes approaching the bridges carrying I-95 over the following: Patapsco River on the Baltimore County side; I-195 (Metropolitan Boulevard); Oakland Road; Carville and Oregon avenues; Southwestern Boulevard (Route 1), the Halethorpe MARC Station and Potomac Avenue; Sulphur Spring Road; and the I-695 beltway and ramps, SHA said in a release.
Crews will begin on northbound I-95 at the Howard County line and proceed north toward Baltimore City. Once the work is complete on northbound I-95 crews will begin work on the south side, according to SHA.
If temperatures do not permit work in late fall and winter, crews will temporarily shut down for the winter and resume work next spring, according to the SHA release.