The State Highway Administration is continuing nighttime resurfacing on I-83 (Jones Falls Expressway) in Baltimore County. Crews are repairing, grinding and resurfacing pavement along southbound and northbound I-83 between Old Pimlico Road (south of Falls Road) and the Baltimore City Line.
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Over the next two weeks crews will resurface:
Southbound I-83 between Old Pimlico Road and the Baltimore City line weeknights, Sunday, June 24 through Thursday, June 28.
Northbound I-83 between the Baltimore City line and Old Pimlico Road, Sunday July 1, Monday July 2 and Thursday, July 5. No work will occur July 3 or July 4.
Crews will begin single lane closures each night at 7 p.m., with double lane closures permitted at 10 p.m. The lane closures will continue until 5 a.m. the next morning.
Motorists should plan ahead for extra travel time on I-83 at night, or consider alternate routes to and from Baltimore City.