Wednesday, June 20, 2007

I-35W Pavement Overlay Starts June 10th

TxDOT - June 8, 2007

WHERE: Interstate 35W from Pharr Street to the Denton County line

WHEN: 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., Sunday through Thursday

WHAT: An asphalt pavement overlay will be placed on Interstate 35W. This night work will be a moving operation that will require crews to close various lanes. Weather permitting, it is estimated for completion by this winter.

“Our intent is to limit work areas to less than one mile and to work at night to minimize the inconvenience to the traveling public,” said TxDOT North Tarrant County Area Engineer Ralph Browne.

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