Friday, April 8, 2011
Here's a heads up for those coming out to the Craft Fair at Downtown Arlington Farmer's Market tomorrow morning. Traffic on 360 will be a mess around Division so you might want to exit well ahead of that and cut on across to Collins to continue North or South (depending on which direction you are coming from. Until you get to Abrams or Division then head west. The address is 215 E Front Street Arlington, TX 76001.
Traffic Message has been issued by the Arlington Police Department (Texas).
Friday April 8, 2011 11:10 AM CDT
Motorists on SH 360 at Division are encouraged to take alternate routes this weekend; Lane closures, detours planned.
North and southbound State Highway 360 in Arlington at State Highway 180 will have lane closures and detours starting Friday, April 8, at 8 p.m., through Monday, April 11, 5 a.m., weather permitting.
Motorists on north and southbound SH 360 will be reduced to one lane and detoured from the highway at SH 180 for the construction of the railroad bridge spanning SH 360. Motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes.
During construction, northbound motorists will exit at Abram Street. After exiting, traffic will be directed east along Abram Street to Great Southwest Parkway where motorists will cross the Union Pacific Railroad. Detoured motorists will travel westbound on SH 180/Division Street to return to SH 360.
Southbound traffic will exit at SH 180/Division Street. After exiting, traffic will be directed west along SH 180/Division Street to Stadium Drive where motorists will cross the Union Pacific Railroad. Detoured motorists will travel eastbound on Abram Street to return to SH 360.
The construction is part of the $56 million project that is reconstructing the Division Street bridge and the railroad bridge. Included in the construction is the addition of shoulders on SH 360, improved ramp access at Division Street and new continuous frontage roads under the rail lines. Completion of the project is scheduled for summer 2012.
For up-to-date project information, current road closures and to sign-up for e-mail alerts on construction activity, log on to: www.keep360moving.org.
For full details, go to https://local.nixle.com/alert/4675870/?sub_id=421195.
Tiara Ellis Richard
Police Media/Office of Communication