Traffic Modifications: Police Funeral
BALTIMORE (WBFF)-- State and local traffic agencies are issuing alerts ahead of the funeral of fallen Baltimore Detective Sean Suiter.
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) and the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) are working together with local law enforcement agencies to support logistics for the funeral and procession of fallen Baltimore City Detective Sean Suiter. Motorists should expect major midday delays on Wednesday, November 29.
The procession departed Mount Pleasant Church and Ministries on Radecke Avenue just after 2:30pm.
ALL mainlines of northbound I-95 will be closed, as well as access from northbound I-895 (Harbor Tunnel Thruway) and Moravia Road.
Motorists will be diverted into the northbound I-95 Express Toll Lanes (tolls waived.) Northbound I-95 traffic will have the option to exit at MD 43 (White Marsh Boulevard) or continue back onto mainline northbound I-95. As the procession passes, I-95 and I-895 will re-open to motorists and tolls will again for in force on the tolled lanes.
The procession, which may have thousands of police officers, will then move to the outer loop of I-695 (Baltimore Beltway) to northbound I-83 (Baltimore-Harrisburg Expressway) to Padonia Road to Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, Officer Suiter’s final resting place. Access from ramps onto the outer loop of I-695 will be closed, including from southbound I-95.
These access points will be closed in a rolling fashion. As the last of the procession passes, ramps will reopen to motorists.
Motorists should avoid northbound I-95 and I-895, as well as southbound I-95 approaching I-695 on the northeast corner. Additionally, drivers should expect major delays on the outer loop of I-695 between I-95 and I-83 and I-83 between I-695 and Padonia Road between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
To view real-time traffic conditions and access to live traffic cameras, log onto www.md511.org.