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​(July 31, 2020) – The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) will resurface a portion of US 13 Business (North Salisbury Boulevard) beginning Sunday, August 2. The resurfacing will cover 1.5 miles of US 13 Business from the railroad bridge near Liberty Street/Edgemore Avenue to the Salisbury Bypass in Wicomico County.   

Crews from Allan Myers, Inc. of Fallston will mill/grind, pave and restripe both directions of this busy, four-lane commercial corridor which typically sees more than 30,000 vehicles each day.  To minimize the impact to business and traffic, work will take place overnight, 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.  Motorists should expect lane closures during those hours.  Weather permitting, all work will be completed by early September.   

This proactive, system-preservation project will improve safety by increasing traction and enhancing pavement marking visibility.  Resurfacing also reduces long-term maintenance costs by addressing normal wear-and-tear issues such as cracking and potholes before they become severe.   

MDOT SHA works hard to maintain safe traffic mobility in work zones for our crews as well as our customers. Drivers need to stay alert, focus on driving and, look for reduced speed limits, as well as other driving pattern changes. Drive like you work here and slow down in construction zones.

For a list of all major MDOT SHA projects, go to Project Portal. Visit our homepage at roads.maryland.gov. For a look at real-time traffic conditions, go to md511.maryland.gov.

Editor’s Note

MDOT SHA has a record number of highway construction projects underway across the state to reduce congestion and improve safety.  From intersection improvements to widening and new interchange construction, MDOT SHA is investing in projects to enhance the commute and daily travel for millions of Marylanders.  MDOT SHA maintains more than 2,500 bridges and 17,000 miles of non-toll state roads – the interstate, US and state numbered routes in Maryland’s 23 counties.