MDTA: Reconstruction of northbound I-95 from White Marsh to Joppa begins

NOTTINGHAM, MD—As part of the Maryland Transportation Authority’s $1.1 billion program to relieve congestion and improve travel along the Interstate 95 corridor into Harford County, the MDTA on Wednesday announced that crews had begun preliminary work to widen northbound I-95 between MD 43 (White Marsh Boulevard) and MD 152 (Mountain Road) to make way for the extension of two northbound Express Toll Lanes.

The existing travel lanes have been shifted to the left toward the median area.  A traffic barrier is being installed along the right shoulder to separate traffic from construction activities. All northbound travel lanes will be maintained during peak travel periods.

Officials say the barrier separation will provide a safe work zone for construction workers to perform the roadway widening.

Motorists should expect delays when traveling through the work zone and are reminded to obey all speed limits and to be alert.

More information on this project is available at and in the graphic below.

MDTA I-95 ETL Project Balt-Harf County 20210721


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