The 500 block of West Mulberry Street in downtown Baltimore has reopened after nearly nine months of work repairing a sinkhole.
An 8-inch water main break caused the street to collapse in July 2016, leaving crews with extensive repairs to sewer infrastructure and underground utilities.
DPW officials said three lanes should be opened by Wednesday, yet occasional lane shifts may occur as paving work continues.
“Since early last year, a series of infrastructure failures impacted portions of downtown Baltimore,” officials said in a statement. “When examining the collapses, DPW engineers decided to use these as an opportunity to perform more extensive long-term sewer infrastructure improvements on more than a mile of a major sewer collection main under the City.”
Sewer construction on Cathedral Street should be finished by the end of April, officials said.
— BaltimoreDPW (@BaltimoreDPW) March 21, 2017