The Texas Department of Transportation will close the eastbound main lanes on Interstate 20 between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. June 14-15 for demolition activities, weather permitting.
Eastbound I-20 motorists will exit at Bryant Irvin Road, follow the detour route along the frontage road and enter I-20 at River Ranch Road. Northbound and southbound Bryant Irvin Road will also be closed at I-20 during this closure to facilitate the detour.
In addition to the closure of eastbound I-20 and Bryant Irvin Road, the direct connect ramp to northbound Chisholm Trail Parkway will be closed. Motorists will follow detour signage to access the Chisholm Trail Parkway.
The $3.9 million Bryant Irvin Road Bridge widening project over I-20 is a collaborative effort between the City of Fort Worth and TxDOT to improve mobility on a key north-south thoroughfare in southwest Fort Worth. The project will widen the existing Bryant Irvin Road Bridge over I-20 and improve the sidewalks, signals and illumination. The project is estimated for completion in 2018.
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