Starting next week, a paving project will impact drivers in Aberdeen, officials reported.
Boothby Hill Avenue will be closed between Bel Air Street and Aberdeen Boulevard, according to a statement from Aberdeen Proving Ground.
The road will be repaved from June 23 to July 11, the statement said.
During the work, the Bel Air, Frankford, Darlington and Combat intersections will remain open.
There will be no through traffic at Havre de Grace Street, Susquehanna Avenue and Raritan Avenue, according to the statement.
Those headed to the 5000 block of Boothby Hill Avenue will be able to access Havre de Grace Street from the Combat Drive/Convoy Road end; however, traffic from Havre de Grace Street may not cross Boothby Hill Avenue, the statement said.
Drivers should allow extra time for their commutes.