US 301 (Crain Highway) near Rt. 4 closed April 11 – 14

From The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA):

The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) and CSX Transportation are making repairs to the railroad crossing at US 301 (Crain Highway) between Chew Road and the Marlboro Crossroads area just south of MD 4 (Pennsylvania Avenue). As part of the $400,000 maintenance work, SHA will temporarily close the four-lane highway on Friday evening, April 11 and reopen it no later than Monday morning, April 14.

This work is necessary to replace deteriorated rubber panels at the crossing. To ensure the safety of work crews and travelers, SHA will close both the northbound and southbound lanes of US 301.

SHA appreciates the patience and cooperation of those who work and live in the area communities. Our goal is to reopen this section of US 301 to traffic once repairs are complete.

SHA is providing signed regional and local detours for area residents and businesses. Local traffic will be directed to use MD 4 (Pennsylvania Avenue), US 301, MD 223 (Woodyard Road) and Rosaryville Road. Regional traffic, especially motor carrier and long hauler vehicles, will be directed to use US 301, MD 5, I-495 (Capital Beltway) and MD 4. All travelers are reminded to plan their routes and prepare for extra travel time.

While this weekend work is underway, SHA encourages area patrons to continue to support local businesses in the area. If inclement weather occurs, this work will be rescheduled for the weekend of April 25-27, 2014. More information is available at www.roads.maryland.gov/D3 or by contacting the SHA District 3 Office at 301-513-7300.

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