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BWI IMPROVES TERMINAL ROADWAY SURFACES

 BWI AIRPORT, Md., April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The Maryland Aviation Administration will begin improvements to the roadways around the BWI Airport passenger terminal building starting Monday, April 19.
 The resurfacing and storm drain improvement project will last approximately four months.
 The project will affect I-195 inbound and outbound from MD 170 to the passenger terminal area. The lower level roadway between the parking garage and the passenger terminal is also included. The work will consist of patching, milling and resurfacing plus upgrading over a dozen storm drain structures.
 The upper level roadway in front of the terminal building used for departing passengers will not be affected. Access to the BWI Parking Garage, Valet or Daily Parking areas will remain available.
 For the convenience of the public, most of the work will be performed between the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. At least two lanes of traffic will be maintained during construction hours to facilitate exit and entrance to the terminal area. Because of the nature of the work, construction for the drainage improvements on I-195 must be done during the daytime hours.
 Special signs will direct traffic through the construction areas with detours from Elm Road to MD 170 when necessary. Access will be maintained to the Sheraton International Hotel and the Department of Transportation Headquarters Building on Elm Road. The access road servicing the Elm Road Air Cargo facilities and other business operations will not be affected.
 The work will be performed by Genstar Stone Products Company of Hunt Valley, Md. The cost of the project is $361,000. Overall management of the project will be provided by The Ralph M. Parsons Company.
 The Maryland Aviation Administration apologizes for any inconvenience this will cause. When completed, the terminal area roadways will provide a smoother drive for airport customers.
 -0- 4/15/93
 /CONTACT: Carol Riley of BWI Airport, 410-859-7062/


CO: Maryland Aviation Administration; BWI Airport ST: Maryland IN: AIR SU:

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