Water Main Break
A Baltimore Public Works spokesman says a busy downtown street closed by a water main break has reopened.
Public Works officials say replacement of water mains near the Inner Harbor, one of which broke last month, disrupting traffic for weeks, is complete.
Three more weeks. That’s how long before Light Street will likely reopen downtown.
The Baltimore Department of Public Works (DPW) announced on Friday that there was a water main break inside the sinkhole that has closed Monument Street between Bradford and Montford streets.
What is happening to Baltimore streets? First, a major water main break near the Inner Harbor. Now, a sinkhole near Johns Hopkins Hospital shuts down more roads.
Crews are busy fixing the broken water main that turned parts of downtown Baltimore upside down, but there are still plenty of headaches.
Water main mess. Crews are starting the work to fix a broken water main that brought downtown Baltimore to a screeching halt.
The water main break has caused a lot of problems for Baltimore residents, workers and businesses.
An infrastructure nightmare in downtown Baltimore. Crews are trying to clean up from a major water main break.
Anne Arundel County officials are asking residents of Crofton and Odenton to limit water use following a water main break.
Thousands of households could pick up the tab for Baltimore’s aging water system. The Department of Public Works wants to increase your bills to fund repairs.
Heading off an infrastructure nightmare. Two and a half years after a massive water main break wiped out much of Dundalk, Baltimore launches an intensive inspection to make sure it doesn’t happen again.