BALTIMORE (AP) -- Transportation officials say downtown streets are reopening as crews break down the Grand Prix of Baltimore track.
Crews are removing race walls from along the 2-mile track through downtown Monday and streets will be reopening throughout the day. The city's Department of Transportation says most streets affected by the race are expected to be accessible by 6 a.m. Tuesday, in time for the morning rush.
The Maryland Transportation Authority says Interstate 395, which connects Interstate 95 to downtown, has reopened.
Officials warn that even when streets reopen, some lanes will still be closed. Motorists should drive cautiously downtown since crews will still be working.
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