On or about March 9, 2013 (weather permitting) maintenance of traffic (MOT) phase 3A, and part of 4A will be implemented from north of Orleans Street to E. Fayette. This temporary traffic pattern will allow construction to proceed on the east side of Central Ave and will consist of the following changes:
This temporary traffic change will be a continuation of the temporary traffic pattern already implemented from north of Orleans Street to E. Madison Street. Contained work zones will be used to minimize long term closures or wide spread traffic disruptions. While traveling in the area please be aware of lane closures. Thank you for your patience and cooperation
On or about January 19, 2013 maintenance of traffic (MOT) phase 2A will be implemented, from north of Orleans Street to E. Madison Street. This temporary traffic pattern will allow construction to proceed on the east side of Central Ave and will consist of the following changes:
Central Avenue Rehabilitation Project
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation would like to advise motorists that the rehabilitation of Central Avenue will soon begin. The rehabilitation of Central Avenue is a two-phase project that includes both storm drain and roadway reconstruction from Madison Street to Baltimore Street.
During construction, Central Avenue will remain open to motorists, but traffic shifts and lane closures will be implemented throughout the duration of the project. Starting at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 06, 2012, a left lane traffic shift will be implemented along both northbound and southbound Central Avenue at the intersection of Fayette Street.
The lane closures and traffic shifts will be modified during construction and parking will be maintained along one side of the roadway. Variable message signs have been placed in the area to alert motorists of the project.
The reconstruction of Central Avenue is expected to be complete in the summer of 2017. Commuters should be on the watch for changing traffic patterns while traveling in this vicinity and may experience delays. For additional project information, including an alternate route map, visit www.CentralAvenueRehab.com.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation:
“Keeping Baltimore Moving Safely”