BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The remaining lanes of Pratt Street, previously closed after a roadway collapse in July, will reopen Monday at noon.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation said city agencies have been working along Howard Street to repair the underground collapse, and the lanes at the intersection of Howard Street will reopen to traffic.READ MORE: Baltimore Mayor Says Vaccine ‘Difference Between Life and Death’ As Some City Neighborhoods Only 30% Vaccinated; Mayor, Governor Say No New Restrictions For Now
Today at noon, @BmoreCityDOT will reopen the remaining lanes of Pratt Street that were closed due to the collapse at Howard Street. Southbound Howard is still closed south of Lombard.
— Downtown Baltimore (@DowntownBalt) August 12, 2019
The southbound Howard street remains closed from Lombard to Conway Streets, DOT said.READ MORE: Police Investigating Fatal Shooting Of Kevin Glendenning At Royal Farms In Rosedale
Traffic for southbound I-395 cannot use Lombard to Howard Street but can use Martin Luther King Boulevard, Lombard to Light or Lombard to Sharp Street to Conway Street to I-395.
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The MDOT MTA’s Light RailLink Service is still suspended between the North Avenue and Camden Yards stations.
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For additional information on Baltimore City road closures, visit transportation.baltimorecity.gov. For information on Light Rail and mass transit options, visit mta.maryland.gov.