The Grand Prix of Baltimore is expected to cause major headaches for drivers in downtown Baltimore.
The 2-mile track will travel through Russell Street by Camden Yards, onto West Pratt Street, and along the Inner Harbor on Light Street.
The Department of Transportation advises anyone traveling in the area to expect delays and encourages drivers to find alternate routes.
Sharp Street is the first of many roads to be shut down for the event.
The majority of closures will begin Wednesday at 9p.m.
For a complete list the roads affected, go to: http://gptraffic.com/DowntownAccessMaps.html .
Mass transit and parking information can be found here: http://gptraffic.com/AdditionalDowntownAccessInformation.html
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