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August 25, 2011

I-20 closing in southwest Fort Worth for Chisholm Trail Parkway project work

Motorists may want to avoid Interstate 20 in southwest Fort Worth Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The freeway will be closed 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. from Bryant Irving Road to Hulen Street, weather permitting.

Workers are scheduled to pour a concrete bridge deck for the new southbound Chisholm Trail Parkway frontage road.

Eastbound traffic will exit at Bryant Irving Road, and follow detours to an on-ramp near Hulen Street. Westbound motorists will detour to the SH 183/Southwest Boulevard split, to the frontage road, left across Insurance Lane to the I-20 westbound frontage road and to the Bryant Irvin Road entrance ramp.

Police will be on hand to help with the flow. Ctp-1


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Seems like there's been alot of new construction lately. Thanks for the warning, we will stear clear of the area as we are traveling near there. Don't need any long delays thats for sure.

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not much traffic at 8pm - 5 am on a weekday.


Wondering where "Bryant Irving" Road is? I've heard of Bryant Irvin Road, must not get on this side of town much.

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