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Road Closures in Preparation for the Baltimore Grand Prix

Updated: Thursday, August 29 2013, 04:51 PM EDT

There are more road closures in Baltimore due to preparations for the Grand Prix of Baltimore. Here are the additional closures.

I-395/Howard Street between Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Pratt Street – This stretch of roadway will close Wednesday evening at 9:00 p.m.

Pratt Street between Paca and Calvert Streets – Access to Pratt Street will be eliminated between Paca and Calvert Streets, but access from Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard to the closure near Paca Street will be maintained. Two-way traffic will be allowed between Penn and Paca Streets.

Conway Street between Howard and Light Streets

Sharp Street between Lee and Conway Street – Access to Conway Street will be eliminated during the event, but local access will be maintained along Sharp Street to the south.

Camden Street between Paca and Howard Streets – Access to Howard and Paca Streets will be eliminated during the event, but local access will be maintained via Eutaw Street nightly.

Eutaw Street between Camden and Lombard Streets - Access to Pratt Street will be eliminated during the event, but two-way local access will be maintained between Lombard and Camden Streets throughout the event period.

Howard Street between Pratt and Lombard Streets - Access to Pratt Street will be eliminated during the event, but two-way local access will be maintained from Lombard Street to the road closure near Pratt Street throughout the event period.

Calvert Street between Pratt and Lombard Streets - Two-way local access will be maintained from Lombard Street to the road closure near Pratt Street throughout the event period.

Maryland Stadium Authority Service Drive between Russell Street and the light rail crossing

Road Closures in Preparation for the Baltimore Grand Prix


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