Moving 1.3 Million Yards of Dirt From Rangers Stadium Site Snarls Traffic

ARLINGTON — Now that ground has been broken on the Rangers' new $1.1 billion, retractable-roof ballpark, drivers and residents who live around the area might feel like Opening Day 2020 will never arrive.Until then, they'll be subject to a steady diet of construction noise, dust, dirt and snarled traffic.Traffic is usually pretty hairy around the part of Arlington that houses AT&T Stadium, Globe Life Park, Six Flags and the new stadium, but some early excavation scenes are reminiscent of hurricane relief efforts — with a steady line of trucks going to and from the stadium construction site hauling dirt away — all 1.3 million cubic yards of it.  Continue reading...

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