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Lane Closure Report for April 24 - 30
Contact: Sonja Gross
Phone: (806) 356-3256
Date: April 21, 2017

  • On Monday and Tuesday, April 24 and 25, the right lane of I-40 eastbound from Adkinson Road to Helium will be closed for fog seal operations.
  • The right lane of I-40 westbound will be closed at the Carson County line  for concrete repair.
  • The right lane of I-40 westbound will be closed at Whitaker Road for bridge deck repair.
  • Expect slow-moving vegetation operations on both I-40 and I-27 in both the right and left lanes and service roads in all directions throughout the week.

ONGOING PROJECTS

US 60 Downtown Enhancement Project

  • Northbound thru traffic on I-27 will be detoured to Fillmore Street.
  • Buchanan Street will be closed to thru traffic between 8th and 6th avenues.
  • Fillmore Street will be down to two lanes between 4th and 8th avenues.

Expect intermittent one lane closures during the daytime throughout the week at the following locations:

  • On Pierce Street at 6th Avenue
  • On Fillmore at 6th Avenue
  • On 10th Avenue at Buchanan Street

I-40 Bridge Replacement (Soncy/Loop 335)

  • The right-turn only lane going northbound on Loop 335 to the I-40 frontage road is closed.
  • Various lane closures will occur on LP 335 between 34th Avenue and I-40 for the next few weeks while Atmos Energy relocates a gas line.
  • Eastbound traffic traveling over Soncy Road on I-40 is shifted to the north, limiting traffic to one lane in each direction while bridge construction continues for the next several months.

I-40 Bridge Replacement (Ross/Arthur)

  • The outside (right) lanes of I-40 westbound and eastbound will be closed from Nelson Street to I-27.
  • The left lane of the I-40 westbound frontage road will be closed from Quarter Horse Drive to Arthur Street.
  • The left lane of the I-40 eastbound frontage road will be closed from Arthur Street to Quarter Horse Drive.

Downtown Connector (I-40 & I-27 Interchange)

  • The left lane of the northbound I-27 frontage road is closed just north of the 26th Avenue exit for widening construction and other improvements.
  • The ramp from 26th Avenue onto I-27 northbound is closed.
  • Ongoing closure of the I-27 southbound frontage road (left lane) and the center and right lanes of I-27 south at the interchange for continuing bridge construction work.

South Loop 335 (Hollywood)

  • The frontage road between Washington Street and the railroad tracks will be reduced to a single lane of one-way traffic as it goes under the bridge; traffic will alternate directional flow controlled by traffic signals.
  • Between Washington and Georgia streets, traffic will be reduce to a single lane and motorists should look for flaggers directing traffic.
  • Circle Drive is closed at LP 335 until the westbound frontage road can be opened to traffic.
  • From Washington Street to I-27, the speed limit is reduced to 45 mph in both directions.
  • Southbound traffic on Bell Street is reduced to one lane from north of LP 335 to south of LP 335.
  • The on-ramp from Washington Street to westbound LP 335 is temporally realigned for widening.
  • The intersection of South Western Street and LP 335 is controlled by temporary traffic signals.
  • The intersection of South Georgia Street and LP 335 has a four-way stop condition.
  • Work continues on and along the shoulders from Washington Street to I-27.
  • Access to LP 335 at Olympia Drive is permanently closed.
  • Access to Wilshire Drive, Valleyview Drive to the north and Lamount Drive will be closed at various times during the day.
  • From I-27 to Valleyview Drive, traffic will be reduced to one lane east and westbound with no left turn lanes.

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