Road Closure

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The Texas Department of Transportation will begin the demolition and reconstruction of the new at-grade intersection at Bay Area Blvd.  To complete the work, a total closure of the north and southbound main lanes of I-45/Gulf Freeway at Bay Area Blvd. will take place the weekend of February 26th.

Beginning at 9 p.m. Friday, February 26 through 5 a.m., Monday, February,  the I-45 northbound and southbound main lanes at Bay Area Blvd. will be closed.

  • Motorists traveling southbound will need to exit the main lanes at El Dorado and detour to the frontage road through the Bay Area Blvd. intersection and re-enter the main lanes before the Nasa Pkwy intersection.
  • Motorists traveling northbound will need to exit the main lanes at Bay Area Blvd. and detour to the frontage road through the Bay Area Blvd. intersection and re-enter the main lanes after the Bay Area Blvd.  intersection.

The Bay Area Blvd. overpass will also be closed and re-open June 2016.

  • Motorists traveling southbound that want to access Bay Area Bvd. west will need to exit Nasa Pkwy and u-turn, stay on the frontage road and turn right onto Bay Area Blvd.
  • Motorists traveling northbound that want to access Bay Area Blvd. east will need to exit El Dorado and turn, stay on the frontage road and turn right to access Bay Area Blvd.
  • Motorists traveling east on Bay Area Blvd  to I-45 will be detoured onto the southbound frontage road to Nasa Pkwy and u-turn stay on the frontage road and turn right  to access Bay Area Blvd.
  • Motorists  traveling west on Bay Area Blvd to I-45 will turn right on the I-45 northbound frontage road and turn at El Dorado stay on the frontage road and turn right to access Bay Area Blvd

– See more at: http://guidrynews.com/story.aspx?id=1000075359#sthash.i5JdshXI.dpuf

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