Category Archive: Construction Alerts

Apr 11

TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Portion of Westbound Route 40 Will Temporarily Close and Franklin Street Will Reopen for Traffic on Monday, April 14, 2014

As construction on the West Baltimore MARC Station project continues to progress, commuters and residents should be advised that a portion of westbound Route 40 will temporarily close to traffic. Starting at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, April 14, 2014 westbound Route 40 will be closed to through traffic between Greene and Pulaski Streets. Detours will be …

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Aug 20

August 27: Construction Concerns Meeting for Parking Expansion & Enhancement Project

When: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 from 5:00-7:00 PM Where: Lockerman Bundy Elementary School, 301 N Pulaski St, Baltimore, MD 21223 If you have construction impact concerns and issues, join us to find out about the next steps in the process and to get a better understanding about getting your concerns and issues addressed.

Jul 01

What to Expect During Construction

Public Safety & Health: The MTA and its designated contractor will take all steps necessary to ensure a safe construction environment for local residents, pedestrians, and commuters. To improve pedestrian safety, temporary barrier walls and fencing have been placed around the construction site. Dust Control: Dust is likely to occur as a result of the …

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Jul 01

Construction Underway


  The construction phase of the Parking Expansion project is fully underway. Please plan for possible delays and disruptions in order to lessen the impacts for the next year of construction. In the end, the new parking lots will encourage commuters from taking up valuable parking in residential neighborhoods. The project will also improve how …

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Dec 13

Temporary Closure of Eastbound US 40 Ramp

The eastbound ramp to US 40 at Smallwood Street is temporarily closed as of 7:00 AM on Monday, December 20, 2010. Eastbound traffic will be diverted to Mulberry Street. The ramp closure goes into effect as the project moves into the next phase of demolishing the “Highway to Nowhere.” On-street parking will continue to be …

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