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Road closures scheduled Tuesday for Officer Holley's funeral

Posted at 11:44 AM, Jan 10, 2022

BALTIMORE — Traffic in Downtown Baltimore will be modified Tuesday for the funeral of officer Keona Holley, which is being held at the Convention Center.

Westbound Conway Street will be closed to traffic between Light and Howard Streets beginning at approximately 12:30 p.m. until funeral vehicles clear the area.

Here is a list of other closures;

  • Single lane closures along northbound and southbound Howard Street between Camden and Conway Streets (next to the median in both directions)
  • Right lane closure of westbound Conway Street between Charles and Howard Streets
  • Southbound Charles Street will be closed at Conway Street

During the ceremony, inbound/northbound traffic along I-395 will be able to access eastbound Conway Street and northbound Howard Street. However, temporary traffic stops will be implemented along I-395 at the intersection of Conway Street throughout the morning and early afternoon.

RELATED: Funeral for BPD officer Keona Holley to be held Jan. 11 at Baltimore Convention Center

Other city routes expected to experience heavy traffic are;

  • Pratt Street between Paca and Light Streets
  • Russell/Paca Street between Lee and Pratt Streets
  • Sharp Street between Pratt and Conway Streets
  • Howard Street between Pratt and Conway Streets
  • Conway Street between Light and Howard Streets
  • Charles Street between Pratt and Conway Streets

Holley will be buried at King Memorial Park on Dogwood Road in Woodlawn, which will cause road closures and heavy traffic in Baltimore County from 1 to 4 p.m.

The funeral procession is expected to travel the route below.

  • Interstate 95 south to Interstate 695
  • Interstate 695 to Security Blvd
  • Security Blvd to Rolling Road
  • Rolling Road to Windsor Mill Road
  • Windsor Mill Road to Old Court Road
  • Old Court Road to Dogwood Road

The Department of Transportation recommends allowing additional travel time during your commute, and using alternate routes to avoid significant delays.