KINGSVILLE, MD—Beginning mid-February, the Raphel Road overpass at Interstate 95 will be closed for reconstruction, the Maryland Transportation Authority announced on Wednesday. The overpass is scheduled to reopen by the end of 2022.
Raphel Road will be closed from Monday, February 21st through Tuesday, November 1st.
During construction, all traffic will be detoured to the Bradshaw Road overpass.
Access to all private residences will be maintained throughout the duration of the project. In addition to daytime work, some overnight work along I-95 and Raphel Road will be necessary to complete the improvements.
The MDTA has embarked on a $1.1 billion program to relieve congestion and improve travel along the I-95 corridor into northern Baltimore County and Harford County. Currently, the MDTA is engaged in work involving overpass construction at Clayton Road, noise wall construction along the southbound I-95 roadway north of New Forge Road, and northbound I-95 mainline construction that will add two express toll lanes (ETL) to the existing four general purpose lanes between MD 43 and MD 152.
Additional information is available at https://mdta.Maryland.gov/I95ETLNB/home.html.