Major Road Closures Set for This Weekend

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Three big road closures on major North Texas freeway construction projects will impact drivers this weekend.

    Three big road closures on major North Texas freeway construction projects will impact drivers this weekend, along the LBJ Express, DFW Connector and North Tarrant Express projects.

    Main Lanes of I-635 LBJ Freeway will close in Dallas to remove the Marsh Lane bridge.  All traffic will be diverted to the exit ramps in both directions and then back onto the freeway beginning at 8 p.m. Friday night.  Other lane closures are scheduled on I-635 over the weekend between Harry Hines and Preston Road.

    Find more information about closures along the LBJ Express project by clicking here.

    Traffic Hot Spots to Be Weekend Nightmares

    [DFW] Traffic Hot Spots to Be Weekend Nightmares
    Main lanes are closed on Interstate 635 in Dallas and on State Highway 114 in Grapevine, and a key bridge at State Highways 121 and 183 in Bedford is shut down.

    In Grapevine, main lanes of Texas 114 will close in both directions between Williams D. Tate and Main Street starting at 8 p.m. Friday for bridge removal.  That work will also close the eastbound feeder road, so all eastbound traffic must detour through Grapevine and off the freeway.

    Find more information about closures along the DFW Connector project by clicking here.

    Construction Project Cause Weekend Nightmare

    [DFW] Construction Project Cause Weekend Nightmare
    Drivers across Dallas and Tarrant counties beware, lanes will be closed along some of the biggest road projects.

    In Bedford at the intersection of Texas 183 and 121, the Murphy/Westpark Bridge will be closed.  That bridge is normally the key route from southbound 121 to eastbound 183.

    Find more information about closures along the North Tarrant Express project by clicking here.

    Each of these projects also currently has other smaller closures and detours.  Officials urge drivers to check websites for the latest information.