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Get ready for more work on I-30 this week. The work will be taking place at night so there won't be as much disruption of the traffic flow. It will all start at 8 PM tonight so if you are on I-30 in the work areas expect workers and lane closures.

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Beginning tonight Monday, February 12 from 8 PM until 6 AM, there will be work crews making repairs at the westbound I-30/I-369/US 59 interchange. During the evening and overnight hours, they will be closing the main lanes of I-30 around the Mile 222 marker which is between FM 1397/Summerhill Road and Cowhorn Creek to the Mile marker 220 which is located between University and FM 989/Kings Highway.

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The Westbound Frontage Road will remain open. Please be aware that all I-30 westbound traffic will be directed to exit at the Exit 220B /Richmond Road exit. Then the traffic will be directed to re-enter the westbound I-30 lane between at University and FM 989.

This work will be done on Monday, Thursday, and Friday nights this week depending on the weather.

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There will be more nighttime work on the I-30 eastbound lanes, from FM 989/Kings Highway to Arkansas State Line to do pavement repairs. Be sure to expect lane closures over the next two weeks.

Other I-30 projects in Texarkana this week starting on Tuesday, February 13 from 8 PM to 6 AM there will be work on the I-369 where they will be removing overhead signs. Please be aware that traffic will go down to one lane in this area. The work should be completed by morning.

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Remember if you are local to please use the frontage roads instead of I-30 to keep traffic down in these areas.

For updates you can go to drivetexas.org/ or to the I-30 Corridor Public Information page at txdot.gov/inside-txdot/projects/studies/atlanta/i-30-corridor-bowie-county.html

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