Fort Worth motorists can expect more overnight closures along Interstate 35W beginning Friday July 24 as part of ongoing freeway construction.
The following closures will take place overnight from 9 p.m. Friday July 24 through 10 a.m. Saturday July 25:
· All lanes of eastbound and westbound Meacham Boulevard at I-35W. Eastbound traffic will be redirected to 28th Street and westbound traffic will be redirected to Mark IV Parkway.
· From northbound I-35W to Meacham Boulevard. Traffic will be redirected to the next exit at Beach Street.
The following closure will take place from 5 a.m. Saturday July 25 through Saturday Aug. 8:
· All lanes of the southbound I-35W frontage road from Dewey Street to 28th St. Traffic will be redirected to Deen Road.
· The offramp from southbound I-35W to 28th Street. Traffic will be redirected to the next exit at Northside Drive-Yucca Avenue.
The following closure will take place from 9 p.m. Saturday July 25 through 10 a.m. Sunday July 26:
· All lanes of eastbound Loop 820 west of I-35W. Traffic will be redirected to Meacham Boulevard.
· The direct connectors from northbound and southbound I-35W to eastbound Loop 820 will be closed. Traffic will be redirected to Meacham Boulevard.
The following closures will take place from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Sunday July 26:
· All lanes of northbound I-35W north of Meacham Boulevard.
· The direct connector from northbound I-35W to eastbound and westbound Loop 820.
· The onramp to northbound I-35W from McMillan Parkway. Traffic will redirected to U.S. Highway 377.
· The onramp to the eastbound Loop 820 TEXpress lanes from northbound I-35W. Traffic will be redirected to the next entrance at U.S. Highway 377 from the eastbound Loop 820 frontage road.
Drivers may visit www.northtarrantexpress.com for closure updates. Closures are subject to weather conditions, and construction activities may be postponed if necessary.
Construction at the interchange is part of the $1.4 billion North Tarrant Express 35W project, which includes a section ranked eighth among the state’s most congested roadways.