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Traveling in a motorhome, am I allowed to travel on RT. 95 south through Baltimore? I have an LP tank and it is usually on and feeding the refrigerator.


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There are propane restrictions in the tunnels on 95 and 895. Take I-695 around the eastern side of the city over the Key bridge. The western side of 695 has much heavier traffic.


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It seem shorter to go east on RT.695, after going over the bridge can I then take the remainder of RT.895 to get back to RT.95S as a short cut?

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docj wrote:

There are propane restrictions in the tunnels on 95 and 895. Take I-695 around the eastern side of the city over the Key bridge. The western side of 695 has much heavier traffic.
I agree 695 East, it is a beautiful ride and not gonna be any traffic, but that depends on the time of day you come thru but have never had a problem that way

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Anson wrote:

docj wrote:

There are propane restrictions in the tunnels on 95 and 895. Take I-695 around the eastern side of the city over the Key bridge. The western side of 695 has much heavier traffic.
I agree 695 East, it is a beautiful ride and not gonna be any traffic, but that depends on the time of day you come thru but have never had a problem that way


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Paul127 wrote:

It seem shorter to go east on RT.695, after going over the bridge can I then take the remainder of RT.895 to get back to RT.95S as a short cut?


Yes. I jump on the Baltimore Washington Parkway which drops you down a little further on 495.

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