Delays Expected During Orioles Opening Day Travel

BALTIMORE (WJZ)—The Orioles home opener is one day away and highway officials are advising motorists to expect higher than normal traffic on I-95/I-395.

With major roadwork currently on I-95 south of the Fort McHenry Tunnel, highway officials share some tips so you can get to the game on time.

Currently, all northbound I-95 traffic lanes shift to the right between Caton Avenue (Exit 50) and Russell Street (Exit 52).

Continuing on northbound I-95, traffic lanes split with three lanes to the left and one lane to the right from Exit 54 (Hanover Street) to Exit 55 (Key Highway).

  • To use Exit 54 or Exit 55, traffic MUST be in the right lane prior to the split at Exit 54.
  • Traffic entering northbound I-95 from I-395 will use Fort McHenry Tunnel Bore 4 (right tube). E-ZPass is accepted in all toll lanes.
  • Delays anticipated on southbound I-395 leaving Baltimore City – use Key Highway to access northbound I-95 instead.

Currently, southbound I-95 traffic lanes split after the Fort McHenry Tunnel with two lanes to the left and two lanes to the right.

  • Prior to entering the Fort McHenry Tunnel, motorists must stay right to access Exit 55 (Key Highway), Exit 53 (I-395) and Exit 52 (MD 295). Thru traffic stay to the left.
  • E-ZPass is accepted in all toll lanes.

For more information including alternate routes CLICK HERE.

 

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