Various Nightly Lane Closures on Fort Worth Drive Lane Near Interstate 35E in Denton
Various lanes of east and westbound Fort Worth Drive underneath Interstate 35E will be closed nightly from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. through Wednesday, Oct. 22. One lane of traffic in each direction will remain open during this time.
Overnight closures scheduled at PGBT at I-35E Oct. 21 and 22
10 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, through 5 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22 (Overnight)
Closure: Southbound I-35E to southwest-bound PGBT direct-connector ramp closed.
Detour: Southbound I-35E motorists will exit at Frankford Road, stay on the I-35E frontage road and make a right at Sandy Lake Road.
Atmos Energy to Flare Natural Gas Near Hickory Creek
Atmos Energy crews and contractors will oversee a controlled natural gas flaring on Friday, October 17, 2014 beginning at approximately 4 p.m. at the northwest corner of I-35E and Lewisville Lake near Hickory Creek, Texas.
Traffic Shift on North- And Southbound Interstate 35E Between Corinth Parkway and Loop 288 In Denton
Traffic on north- and southbound I-35E between Corinth Parkway and Loop 288 will shift towards the inside median through Spring 2015. All lanes will remain open.
New Traffic Configuration at Belt Line Road
East- and westbound Belt Line Road will be reduced to two lanes in each direction between Denton Drive and Hutton Drive through late 2014.
Long-term Closure of US 77/Dallas Drive Entrance Ramp to Southbound Interstate 35
The US 77/Dallas Drive entrance ramp to southbound I-35E will be closed through Summer 2015. During the closure, 35Express crews will rehabilitate the ramp.
U-Turn Lane at Valwood Parkway and Interstate 35E Closed Through Late 2014
The U-turn lane at Valwood Parkway from the northbound I-35E frontage road to the southbound I-35E frontage road will be closed through November 2014. Motorists will need to turn left from the signalized intersection to access the southbound I-35E frontage road.
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