February 5, 2024 Blog
What’s reopened and what will remain closed as construction continues on the I-95 CAP
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that northbound Interstate 95 has reopened between Columbus Boulevard (Exit 20) and I-676 (Exit 22) in Center City Philadelphia.
In addition to reopening I-95 North, the following three ramps have also reopened.
- Ramp to northbound I-95/I-676 from just north of Washington Avenue at Columbus Boulevard.
- Ramp to northbound I-95 from westbound I-76 from New Jersey/Walt Whitman Bridge.
- Ramp to northbound I-95 from Front Street.
The ramp to northbound I-95 from Lombard Circle at Columbus Boulevard will remain closed. Traffic will be directed to the northbound I-95 ramp from Columbus Boulevard near Catherine Street.
In addition, a right lane closure will remain in place for at least a few weeks on southbound Columbus Boulevard from just north of Market Street to just south of Walnut Street to allow crews to remove debris from the work area.
PennDot is replacing and expanding the existing covered section of I-95 at Penn’s Landing along the riverfront in Center City Philadelphia under the department’s $329 million I-95/CAP project. Construction of a new 11.5-acre Park at Penn’s Landing, and a new South Street pedestrian bridge are the two main components of this project.
Questions or concerns about the project?
Call the I-95 Construction Helpline at 215-513-1399.
Visit 95revive.com for more information.