New Mexico: Construction to Slow I-10 Traffic in Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — Construction work on two interchanges is expected to slow traffic on a four-mile stretch of Interstate 10 in Las Cruces for much of the rest of the year. The New Mexico Department of Transportation is starting a project to rebuild a bridge at the Mesquite interchange, build roundabouts at the Vado interchange and realign ramps for both interchanges. …

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Major Two-Year Project Begins on I-95 South of the Fort McHenry Tunnel

I-95 Exit Guide | MarylandBALTIMORE, MD – The MD Transportation Authority (MDTA) announces a $66 million project to remove and replace the existing concrete deck (riding) surface and roadway joints on mainline I-95 and the ramps serving I-95 between the Fort McHenry Tunnel and Caton Avenue (Exit 50). This preservation project, funded completely by toll revenue and expected to last two construction seasons, includes lane shifts on mainline I-95, reduced lane widths, elimination of shoulders and full-time and part-time ramp closures and detours around the work zone.

Currently, crews are repairing and replacing storm drains along I-95 between Caton Avenue and Washington Boulevard. Weather permitting, beginning Sunday night, March 16, northbound I-95 lanes will shift from the median toward the right shoulder and in late March/early April, construction barriers will be set up on northbound I-95 throughout the 4.4-mile construction zone.

Weather permitting, in early May, southbound I-95 lanes will shift from the median toward the right shoulder followed by the installation of concrete barriers. By early summer, the ramp from southbound I-395 to southbound I-95 will be reduced to one lane for approximately three months and will reopen before the new school year begins in August. (more…)