ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Commuters who use the Chesapeake Bay Bridge can expect to encounter some major delays in the coming weeks.

A two-year project to rehabilitate the westbound span of the bridge will be getting underway later in September.

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The Capital Gazette reports that work on the $27 million project was scheduled to start after Labor Day but was delayed.

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The westbound right lane will now be closed on weekdays starting September 24.

Then in October, the right lane will shut down until April with restrictions lifted during Thanksgiving.

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All lanes are expected to be open during next summer’s travel season, and it’s expected to be completed in August 2021.