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A. Lee Graham

Reporter

The eastbound Interstate 30 exit ramp to Summit Avenue and eastbound I-30 entrance ramp from University Drive will close overnight from 9 p.m. Sunday Feb. 23 through 5 a.m. Monday Feb. 24, according to the city of Fort Worth’s website.

Motorists wanting to exit I-30 eastbound to Summit Avenue will be directed to the southbound University Drive exit. From there, they will turn left on Rosedale Street, left onto Forest Park Boulevard and right onto the eastbound I-30 frontage road to Summit Avenue.

Those planning to enter I-30 eastbound from University Drive can go west on West Rosedale Street, left on Forest Park Boulevard and right on the eastbound I-30 frontage road.

The closures are needed for construction activities associated with the Chisholm Trail Parkway project, according to the city.

More information about upcoming lane closures and traffic-related news along North Texas Tollway Authority roadways is available at https://www.ntta.org or by calling 817-207-0184.

lgraham@bizpress.net

 

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