BALTIMORE - Maryland State Police have issued a traffic advisory for the funeral procession of Baltimore Police Officer Forrest E. Taylor , who died in the line of duty.
The funeral procession will depart from the Cathedral of Mary of Queen in Baltimore at 12:30 (5200 N. Charles Street, Baltimore) and will make several stops, eventually ending at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens in Annapolis.
Here is the funeral route provided by the Maryland State Police:
-Depart The Cathedral of Mary Our Queen of Baltimore, 5200 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland at 12:30 p.m.
-Travel north on Charles Street (MD 139) to Northern Parkway;
-Continuing west on Northern Parkway to the Jones Falls Expressway (I-83),
-Traveling north on the Jones Falls Expressway (I-83) to the Baltimore Beltway (I-695)
-Continuing on the outer loop of the Baltimore Beltway (I-695);
-Traveling south on the Glen Burnie Bypass (I-97) to Airs T. Allen Blvd (MD 665);
-Continuing east on Aris T. Allen Blvd (MD 665) turning left onto Chinquapin Round Road;
-The procession will then reach its final destination at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, 1911 Forest Drive, Annapolis, Maryland.
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