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October 26, 2010

I-20 at Bryant Irvin Road to be closed for night work

Interstate 20 will be closed off and the Bryant Irvin Road bridge over I-20 in southwest Fort Worth will be shut down from 9 p.m. Wednesday to 5 a.m. Thursday so workers can place overhead beams, officials said.

Motorists are urged to use alternate routes. I-20 traffic will be detoured to frontage roads between Bryant Irvin Road and Hulen Street.

It's part of the preliminary work for the Southwest Parkway/Chisholm Trail Parkway project that the North Texas Tollway Authority plans to build in the area beginning early next year.

The 28-mile toll road will connect downtown Fort Worth to Cleburne, passing through the bustling southwest side of Fort Worth.

-- Gordon Dickson


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No, not 9 a.m. Wednesday. That should read 9 p.m. Wednesday.


Hopefully, this has been communicated to the hospitals in the area. Hulen and 20 will be a mess with BI closed.




In Texas you are issued two license plates and you must have both on your vehicle. Sorry you don't think it looks good, but that's the law, and I wish every person who didn't display both plates or display them correctly would be issued citations.

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