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I-95 Has New Traffic Pattern Near White Marsh

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WHITE MARSH, Md. (WJZ) — Starting now, motorists traveling the I-95 corridor near White Marsh will have a new traffic pattern to contend with.

Tim Williams has more.

From Sky Eye Chopper 13, you can see the construction. Plans for the I-95 Express Toll Lanes project are moving along at top speed.

“This work is part of the reconstruction of the I-95, MD-43 interchange as it pertains to the express toll lanes project in the area. The changes are going to be temporary,” said John Sales, MdTA.

But they will last until the whole project is complete in 2014. The latest changes are in effect just in time for the Monday morning commute.

Here’s the way the latest improvement will impact you: if you’re traveling westbound on Rt. 43, there’s a right-hand exit off of 43 that allows you to veer off to the left and enter onto 95 south. If you’re traveling eastbound on 43, there will be a right exit that allows you to veer off to the left, eventually taking you to 95 north toward Harford County.

To avoid confusion, the suggestion from the MdTA is to slow down and take your time.

“We’d like to advise drivers to use caution when driving through the area and to pay attention, not only to the overhead signage but also to the portable electronic signs,” Sales said.

For more information on the traffic pattern, click here.

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