I-695 sign

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​Overnight Lane, Ramp Closures in Effect November 6-10 on I-95 and I-695 

(November 4, 2022) – The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) is continuing milling and paving work to prepare for the rehabilitation of 10 bridges at the I-95/I-695 (Baltimore Beltway) interchange in the Arbutus area of Baltimore County, and will need to implement overnight lane and ramp closures on several nights this coming week. All work is weather permitting and may be performed on the next possible weeknight.   

The overnight lane and ramp closures are scheduled as follows:  

Lane Closures

Southbound I-95 at I-695: Sunday, November 6, to Friday morning, November 11, there will be a single right-lane closure on southbound I-95 between Caton Avenue and I-195 beginning 7 p.m., with a double right-lane closure at 9 p.m., until 5 a.m. the next day.   

Ramp Closures: 

The ramp from southbound I-695 (Beltway Outer Loop) to northbound I-95​ will be closed overnight, 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. t​he next morning, on two nights: Tuesday, November 8, and Wednesday, November 9.  

Detour (see map)

Motorists heading northbound on I-95 from southbound I-695 will be directed to proceed on I-695 south past I-95 and turn right to Exit 9, Hollins Ferry Road. From there, turn left at next signal onto I-695 North (Inner Loop). Proceed on I-695 North past Exit 10, US 1 Alternate, to Exit 11A, I-95 North. 

I-695 Outer Loop Interchange detour near Halethorpe

Detour, I-695/I-95 Interchange near Halethorpe

Crews will use digital message boards, temporary signs and barrels to direct drivers safely through the nighttime work zone. MDOT SHA contractor Wagman Heavy Civil Inc., of York, Pa., will perform the work.   

The work is part of a larger project that includes the installation of new riding surfaces on bridges within the I-95 / I-695 interchange. For additional information about the project, click here.   

Maryland’s Move Over Law requires motorists to make a lane change or slow down when approaching any stopped, standing or parked vehicle displaying hazard warning lights, road flares or other caution signals. The expanded law is in place to protect emergency responders and all motorists who encounter a roadside emergency.

​​​​​​​​​Motorists in need may dial #77 on their mobile device for roadside assistance.

For a list of all major MDOT SHA projects, go to Project Portal. Visit our homepage at road​s.ma​ryl​and.gov. For a look at real-time traffic conditions, go to md511.maryland.gov.​

Editor’s Note

From intersection improvements to widening and new interchange construction, MDOT SHA is investing in projects to enhance the commute and daily travel for millions of Marylanders.  MDOT SHA maintains more than 2,500 bridges and 17,000 miles of non-toll state roads – the interstate, US and state numbered routes in Maryland’s 23 counties.