Weekend Road Closures for Friday, November 3rd through Sunday, November 5th, 2023
Friday Nov 3rd, 2023
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) would like to advise motorists of the temporary traffic modifications and road closures for the following activities this weekend. Please download the Waze.com app for live detour navigation. All activities are weather permitting and BCDOT is not responsible for providing status updates.
Traffic Modifications for ROW Art Project
This Saturday, temporary traffic modifications will be implemented for ROW Art Project.
In preparation for the project lane closure will be implemented on Saturday, November 4, 2023 from approximately 5:00 AM – 10:00 AM
- Charles Street lane closure at North Avenue
A detour will be in-place, advising motorists to use Calvert Street to travel north. During this time, there will be lane closures along North Avenue at Charles Street, however North Avenue will remain open to eastbound and westbound traffic at all times.
Motorist traveling through the area are advised to watch for workers in the roadway, travel at safe speeds, and adhere to the temporary traffic controls in place.
Lane Closures Along the Hilton Parkway
Temporary lane closures will be implemented for cleaning.
On Saturday, November 4, 2023, road closures will be implemented along Hilton Parkway the northbound and southbound 5:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Hilton Pkwy northbound and southbound
- North Ave to Caton Ave
Modifications for Crane Operations
On Saturday, November 3rd, 2023 the following closures will be implemented for crane operations:
- Monument St closed between Broadway and Rutland for a crane operation 2am-8pm
- S. Caroline St closed between Thames and Dock St for a crane operation 3am—7pm
- Monument St closed between Constitution and Greenmount for a crane operation 6am—7pm
- Granby St closed between Albermarle and President St for a crane operation 7am—1pm
- Greenmount Ave closed between 22nd and 23rd for a crane operation 7am—7pm
Motorists traveling in these vicinities should be on the watch for changing traffic patterns and are encouraged to use alternate routes.