The Texas Department of Transportation will temporarily close a section of North Park Road under the highway bridge as part of their IH-30 construction project beginning today, Wednesday, July 21.

North Park Road

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This closure will be from Century Lane to 200 feet south of the bridge and will last for the entirety of bridge construction. The bridge work is expected to be completed between late October or November of 2022. TxDOT will be ensuring proper signage and detours throughout the entirety of this project.

There are other projects around the area that you need to be aware of when traveling from home and work in the coming days.

Bridge Work State Highway 98

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Work crews will be closing State Highway 98, between Farm to Market Road 1840 and US 67, periodically during the day on Wednesday and Thursday, July 28 and 29, southwest of New Boston. The crews will be unloading preconstructed concrete beams at the bridge construction site at Anderson Creek. The closures are expected to take 15 to 30 minutes at a time is expected to be conducted periodically from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., or until work is completed. This work has been rescheduled several times due to wet weather.

Motorists that use SH 98 should expect and plan for delays during the day on Wednesday and Thursday next week. Alternate travel routes should be used if possible. Also, the work schedule and closures can again change due to inclement weather or other unforeseen problems.

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