Harford Road Closed at Herring Run Bridge 20 Inch Water Main Break

Press Release

The Harford Road Bridge over Herring Run has been temporarily closed to traffic  between Argonne Drive and Chesterfield Avenue. This is due to a water main break that has occurred under the deck of the bridge.  Harford Road is closed in both northbound and southbound directions.

Motorists should detour as far away from the bridge as possible to avoid backups and delays.

From Downtown it may be advisable to take Gay Street to Belair Road, or to consider Hillen Road and Perring Parkway, among many options. Do NOT wait to get near the bridge before you detour.

Motorists heading south should also NOT wait until they get close to the bridge before turning. Cold Spring Lane, Echodale Avenue, Northern Parkway, and Moravia Road are suggested E-W detours around the bridge. 

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Jeffrey Raymond
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Kurt Kocher
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Jennifer Combs
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