RAVENS ROAD ALERT: Avoid The Traffic Mess Tonight

arial view of M&T
Photo Credit: Bill Cobb/SkylineScenes.com

Washington Redskins vs. Baltimore Ravens: Saturday, Aug. 23 at 7:30 p.m.

 

I-95 is undergoing major road resurfacing, resulting in changing traffic patterns and split lanes. Please pay attention to the flashing traffic signs for the most up-to-date information, as the construction will impact travel time to M&T Bank Stadium. Please allow extra time to travel through the construction zones, consider using the alternate routes provided, and consider using public transportation (http://mta.maryland.gov) or Park and Ride services (http://www.ravensride.com).

I-95 Northbound construction update and suggested alternate route – Beginning near the city limit, the four northbound lanes split. The two right lanes provide access to Exits 52 (Russell Street) and 53 (I-395). There is no access to these exit ramps from the left lanes. To avoid the construction zone, exit at Washington Blvd. (Exit 51) and turn left at the bottom of the ramp onto Washington Blvd. (northbound). Turn right at Ostend Street and proceed to the stadium.

I-95 Southbound construction update and suggested alternate route – The work zone begins at Key Highway with all work occurring on the left shoulder, and all traffic will be shifted to the right. All four lanes are open, and access to the exits for Key Highway and I-395 are available. To avoid the construction zone, consider exiting at Key Highway (Exit 55); at the end of the exit, proceed straight ahead onto McComas Street. Turn right at Hanover Street and left at either Ostend Street or Hamburg Street to get to the stadium area.

For more diagrams, information and road modifications, please visit: www.BaltimoreRavens.com/StreetClosures

Twitter feeds: To further inform everyone about traffic around the stadium and the city, the City and State Departments of Transportation have established the following Twitter accounts:

@MDSHA

@BmoreCityDOT

@TheMDTA

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