I-30 Repaving Project Leaves Roads Bumpy for Drivers

By Josh Ault
|  Wednesday, Jul 2, 2014  |  Updated 10:53 AM CDT
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A repaving project that started from Interstate 820 in Fort Worth to Cooper Street in Arlington at the beginning of June is still underway.
The top surface of the roadway on the eastbound lanes has already been removed. This has caused this portion of road to be very bumpy for drivers.

Josh Ault, NBC 5 News

A repaving project that started from Interstate 820 in Fort Worth to Cooper Street in Arlington at the beginning of June is still underway. The top surface of the roadway on the eastbound lanes has already been removed. This has caused this portion of road to be very bumpy for drivers.

Drivers who use Interstate 30 from Fort Worth to Arlington may have a bumpier ride than normal.

A repaving project started from Interstate 820 in Fort Worth to Cooper Street in Arlington at the beginning of June.

The top surface of the roadway along the eastbound lanes has already been removed. This has caused this portion of road to be very bumpy.

According to the Texas Department of Transportation website the project will take more than two months to finish and will cost nearly $7 million to complete.

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