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Contact: Val Lopez

Phone: (817) 370-6630

Date: Nov. 2, 2020


Friday, Nov. 6, 7 p.m. to Sunday, Nov. 8, 7 a.m., weather permitting




Interstate 30 from Farm to Market Road 157/Collins Street to State Highway 161/President George Bush Turnpike

ARLINGTON – TxDOT will close the east and westbound I-30 mainlanes from FM 157/Collins Street to SH 161/President George Bush Turnpike from 7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 6, 2020, to 7 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 8, 2020, for the removal of the northbound SH 360 mainlane bridge and the partial removal of the frontage road bridge over I-30, weather permitting.

Eastbound I-30 motorists will be detoured to southbound FM 157/Collins Street, then to eastbound SH 180/Division Street, and then to the northbound SH 161 frontage road to the eastbound I-30 direct connector ramp (toll free during the detour). Motorists can then access eastbound I-30. Westbound I-30 motorists will take the opposite detour (detour map).

SH 360 access to westbound I-30 will be directed through the SH 180/Division Street interchange. Eastbound I-30 access from Six Flags Drive will remain open. The SH 360 frontage road will also be closed at I-30 during this weekend. Motorists will be directed through a signed detour.

The Interstate 30/State Highway 360 interchange project is transforming the original 1950s Dallas-Fort Worth Turnpike cloverleaf design into a modern, fully-directional interchange with connection ramps for all movements between I-30 and SH 360. These improvements will increase safety, connectivity and mobility for motorists.

Motorists are urged to remain alert for changing traffic patterns as construction progress.

For up-to-date project information, current road closures and to sign-up for e-mail alerts on construction activity, log on to:


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