Our goal upon completion of the Express Toll Lanes project is to provide you
with easier, safer, and less congested travel on I-95 throughout the project
area. We appreciate your patience throughout the construction phase. Traffic advisories
will be issued throughout the construction of the ETLs. We are committed to minimizing the impacts of construction as much as possible. All travel lanes
will be open during the peak morning and evening hours during the week.
To view real-time traffic camera images on MDTA roadways, click on the traffic camera link at mdta.maryland.gov. For MDTA active lane closures, statewide traffic information and to view other traffic camera images statewide, visit traffic.maryland.gov.
New Traffic Patterns on I-95 & I-895 in Preparation for
Weather-permitting, new traffic patterns will take effect for I-95 and I-895 motorists where the future northbound and southbound I-95 Express Toll Lanes (ETL) merge to I-95 and I-895.
The traffic pattern changes will occur on Wednesday, Dec. 3, and will be in effect Thursday, Dec. 4. Crews will begin uncovering the advance I-95 ETL signs over the next few days.
The new traffic patterns and sign uncovering are in preparation for the full opening of the I-95 ETL to traffic on Saturday, Dec. 6, by 6 a.m.
New flyover entrance ramps to northbound and southbound I-95 from eastbound and westbound MD 43 (White Marsh Boulevard) were opened to traffic in November 2014. The NEW entrance ramps are accessible from the right lane on MD 43 and are located prior to passing over I-95.
In addition, there is now one ramp from eastbound MD 43 and one ramp from westbound MD 43 to access both northbound and southbound I-95. There is a second decision point on each ramp from MD 43 to access northbound or southbound I-95.
The work is part of the reconstruction of the I-95/MD 43 interchange for the MD
Driving Tips During Construction
| During a large construction project like this, traffic patterns
often change, lane closures occur, and the safety of motorists
and road crews are a concern. Here are some basic
tips that will help keep you and our workers