Two more express toll lanes are coming to northbound Interstate 95 leading into Harford County, after the state announced Friday morning that it would invest an additional $890 million in the project.
Gov. Larry Hogan initially announced plans in December for a $210 million project to create a 7.75 mile, single lane extension as part of his Baltimore Traffic Relief Plan. But now the expanded $1.1 billion project will see the construction of two express lanes, stretching for more than 10 miles from north of Maryland Route 43 in Baltimore County to north of Route 24 in Harford County. Construction is expected to begin early next year, according to a Maryland Transportation Authority release. Click here to continue reading…
Credit:  Jessica Iannetta | Baltimore Business Journal
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