Harford County Drivers Face Single-Lane Closures On 4 Highways


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HARFORD COUNTY— Highway construction season starts Monday, March 20, when Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration crews will begin paving sections of four highways in Harford County.

Weather permitting, all work will be complete by early summer. During paving work, single-lane shifts, lane closures and flagging operations will be in effect within the work zones, the SHA said in a news release.

In Harford County, crews will begin a $3.3 million project to mill and resurface US 40 (Pulaski Highway), MD 24 (Rocks Road), MD 136 (Calvary Road) and MD 146 (Jarrettsville Pike). Crews will work 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays at these locations:

  • US 40 from MD 22 (Aberdeen Thruway) to Robinhood Road, east of Aberdeen;
  • MD 24 from Ferncliffe Lane to Cherry Hill Road, south of Rocks State Park;
  • MD 136 from MD 543 (Fountain Green Road) to MD 22 (Churchville Road), north of Cedar Lane Regional Park; and
  • MD 146 from the Baltimore County Line (bridge over Little Gunpowder Falls) to Pocock Road, south of Ladew Topiary Gardens.

For more information about the paving work, call the State Highway Administration District 4 Office Maintenance Division at 410-229-2300 or toll-free at 1-866-998-0367.

SHA officials ask all drivers to stay alert and be patient as you pass through the work zone.

For a list of all major MDOT SHA projects, visit the project portal.

For a look at real-time traffic conditions, go to md511.maryland.gov.

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