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Morning MoJo Report - July 26

July 26, 2013

Here is the Morning MoJo Report for Friday, July 26:

* As of 7:30 a.m., traffic was sluggish on I-495 in both directions, according to the Maryland Department of Transportation's interactive mapping page on its website, but was running fine on all the other interstates throughout the area.

* On the MARC Train, Train 511 is operating one car short this morning, Train 845 is operating 25 minutes late, and Train 847 is operating 12 to 15 minutes late, according to the Maryland Transit Administration's website at http://mta.maryland.gov.

* The local bus service, light rail, metro subway, commuter buses and mobility service were running on time and operating on their regular schedules, according to the MTA website.

* The weather today is expected to be partly sunny with a high of 83 degrees and winds around 3 miles per hour, according to the AccuWeather forecast on the HMTV6 weather website at www.herald-mail.com/hmtv6/weather/. Tonight, it's expected to be partly cloudy with a low of 62 degrees and winds around 3 mph.

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* Broadfording Road is closed between Resh Road/Broadfording Church Road and the Broadfording Stone Arch Bridge for replacement of a pipe culvert and stone endwalls, Washington County said in a press release. Closure is expected to remain in effect for around six more weeks.

* Stevenson Road is closed at the intersection with Leitersburg-Smithsburg Road, Washington County said in a press release. It is expected to remain closed for around three more weeks.

* Speed cameras have been placed on I-70 at Conococheague Creek and I-70 at Md. 63 for work zone safety as part of the bridge rehabilitation projects in those locations, according to the Maryland State Highway Administration. Motorists driving more than 12 miles per hour over the posted speed limit in the areas, which is 55 miles per hour, will face a $40 citation.

* Traffic is being shifted to the outer edges of the I-70 bridges at Md. 63 as work crews continue demolition work on the inner sides of the bridges as part of the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) project to reconstruct and widen them, according to the SHA.

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