HOV Lanes to Close in Arlington as Part of Interchange Project
By Office of Communication
Posted on October 13, 2016, October 13, 2016

HOV Lanes

Contrary to an earlier update from TxDOT, the agency now says the eastbound HOV and main lane closure is proceeding as scheduled. The westbound HOV will be reopen by Saturday morning.

We apologize for the confusion. For project and closure information, visit https://www.keep30360moving.org/.

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The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will close the I-30 east and westbound HOV lanes from Cooper Street to Duncan Perry Road this Friday starting at 9 a.m. The closure is part of the I-30/SH 360 Interchange Project and will allow for the construction of direct connect ramps between I-30 and SH 360.

The HOV lanes in this area will remain closed for the duration of the project. Motorists will be able to enter or exit the TEXpress Lanes just west of State Highway 161. The I-30 TEXpress Lanes in Dallas County will remain open.

The T-ramp to Baird Farm Road/AT&T way will be temporarily unavailable this weekend as construction crews reconfigure access to the T-ramp. The reconfigured access will be available Monday morning.

East and westbound I-30 will also have the far left lane closed from Friday 9 p.m. to Monday 5 a.m. for construction activity. The HOV lanes will reopen as TEXpress Lanes at the completion of the interchange project. The project is estimated for completion in 2020.

In addition to building the new direct connect interchange, the I-30 and SH 360 mainlanes will be rebuilt, and the Six Flags Drive bridge over I-30 will be rebuilt from two lanes to five lanes (three southbound and two northbound lanes), extending Six Flags Drive north to Avenue H.

For closure information, please visit Keep30360moving, and follow the project on Twitter and Facebook.

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