Starting Sunday night, you may experience heavy congestion along I-95 for several miles. The construction stretches from Caton Avenue to the Fort McHenry tunnel.
The Maryland Transportation Authority announced the return of construction along the mainline of I-95 which is expected to cause major traffics delays and congestion in downtown Baltimore.
I-95 was shut down Monday evening after a fatal pedestrian accident.
All lanes on I-95 northbound at Caton Avenue and southbound at Washington Boulevard are back open after two separate accidents.
An accident on the intestate set a propane tanker on fire Monday afternoon.
A vehicle overturned on I-95 S. Baltimore City firefighters are on the scene between 395 and the Caton Avenue exit.