On Wednesday night, officials will provide an update on the Dallas Horseshoe Project.
They're holding a virtual meeting from 7-8 p.m. and anyone can attend online.
Just click here to participate in the meeting, where officials will discuss the project's progress, upcoming lane closures, long-term detours and take questions from the public.
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Participants without internet access may call-in to listen-in only to the meeting. Callers will not be able to ask questions or participate with this feature. To call in, dial 832-706-2490 and enter "572421" followed by the # sign.
The public can also stay updated about the Dallas Horseshoe Project through:
- Text Alert System: Sign up by texting "dallashorseshoe" to 31996
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/dallashorseshoe
- Twitter: www.twitter.com/dallashorseshoe
- Website: www.dallashorseshoe.com
- Phone Hotline: 214-Fix-MixD (349-6493)
The $798 million design, named due to its U shape, will include the expansion, repaving and addition of several new bridges and roads along Interstates 30 and 35E, as well as the new Margaret McDermott Bridge over I-30 in Dallas.
The project started in April 2013 and is scheduled to be complete in 2017.
NBC 5's Janeen Duckett contributed to this report.