ROAD PAVING UNDERWAY IN QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY

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Interchange and Ramp Patching/Paving Set to Begin Saturday, November 21

(November 20, 2015) –The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration crews will take advantage of forecasted good weather and begin paving several ramps along US 50/301 (Blue Star Memorial Highway) between the Bay Bridge and the US 50/301 split in Queenstown.

Through the end of the year, crews will work at the various entry and exit ramps along the 10-mile corridor, and repair deteriorated sections of pavement by paving or patching. Drivers will be directed to use the next exit ramp.

The following locations include both directions of US 50/301 and the US 301/MD 213 (Church Hill Road) interchange:

US 50 Eastbound Ramps:

Exit 45B Nesbit Road (On-ramp)
 
Exit 45B Nesbit Road (Off-ramp)
 
Exit 45A Hess Road
 
Exit 44B Evans Road
 
Exit 44A Station Lane
 
Exit 40B Dundee Avenue
 
Exit 40A South Piney Road
 
Exit 39B Chester Station Lane/ MD 552 (Dominion Road)
 
Exit 39A Cox Creek Road
 
Exit 38A Thompson Creek Road
 
Exit 43A MD 18
 
Exit 42 Kent Narrows Road East
 
Exit 41 Kent Narrows Road West
 
Westbound US 50 Ramps:

Westbound service road to the Thompson Creek Shopping Center
Exit 38A Duke Street
 
Exit 39A Castle Marina Road
 
Exit 39B MD 552 (Dominion Road)
 
Exit 40A Piney Creek Road
 
Exit 41 Kent Narrows West (MD 18)
 
Exit 42 Kent Narrow East (MD 18)
 
Exit 43B Jackson Creek Road
 
Westbound Chester River Beach Road
 
Exit 44A VFW Avenue
 
Exit 45A Hissey Road
 
Exit 44B Winchester Creek Road
 
Nesbit Exit (Off-Ramp)
 
Nesbit Exit (On-Ramp)
 
US 50 / MD 213 Interchange Ramps:
 
Ramp from US 301 North to MD 213 North
 
Ramp from MD 213 North to US 301 South
 
Ramp from US 301 South to MD 213 North
 
Ramp from MD 213 South to US 301 North
 
Ramp from US 301 South to MD 213 South
 
Travelers should remain alert for work crews and temporary traffic detours. Contractor crews will work during the day, weather permitting. This work is being performed under a $4.8 million multi-location areawide resurfacing contract awarded to David A. Bramble of Chestertown.
 
The Maryland Department of Transportation makes 511 even easier to use – simply choose your region, then prompt “Reach the Beach” for traffic incidents and travel times from east of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to the Eastern Shore. The 511 travel advisory system provides road conditions and travel times for interstates and major highways throughout the State, including I-70 and I-68 heading west.
 
In addition to 511, a recorded line is available that specifically provides information about the Chesapeake Bay Bridge at 1-877-BAYSPAN and on the web at www.Baybridge.com. Travelers can plan ahead and use EZPass to pay the toll to avoid delays.

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