New lane closures are planned for the next week as part of the $233 million Interstate 30/SH 360 Interchange Project. Aerial photos of the project are available on the Keep 30360 Moving website.
Weekly Lane Closure Look Ahead
Closures are subject to changes due to weather and schedule. Below are anticipated traffic impacts for the coming weeks.I-30 Westbound Main Lanes
- I-30 Westbound Exit to SH 360/Six Flags Drive: Overnight, June 1, 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., the I-30 westbound exit to SH 360/Six Flags Drive will be closed as crews place concrete safety barrier. Traffic will be detoured to exit at FM 157/Collins Street, u-turn and return eastbound to the I-30 exit to SH 360/Six Flags Drive.
- I-30 Westbound Entrance from SH 360/Six Flags Drive: Overnight, June 1, 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., the I-30 westbound entrance from SH 360/Six Flags Drive will be closed as crews place concrete safety barrier. Traffic will be detoured eastbound to exit at SH 161, follow detour signs to turn back to the I-30 westbound direction.
Local StreetsNorthbound Ballpark Way
- Now through winter 2017, the right, outside lane of northbound Ballpark Way between I-30 and Brinker Court will be closed for installation of new storm sewer connections.
Lamar Blvd/Ave H
- Now through winter 2017, westbound and eastbound Lamar Blvd/Ave H are reduced to one lane approaching SH 360 for construction of new southbound frontage road intersection.
- Now through summer 2017, eastbound and westbound Ave F traffic will be reduced to one lane each direction and shifted to the south side of Ave F for reconstruction of Ave F.
- Now through winter 2017, 800 block of Ave G is limited to westbound traffic movement.
- Continuously, eastbound Copeland Rd between Ballpark Way and Six Flags Drive is reduced to one lane for general construction.
- PERMANENT: Westbound Copeland Rd between Six Flags Drive and Ballpark Way is permanently closed. Only eastbound Copeland Rd traffic will be allowed between Ballpark Way and Six Flags Dr.
To stay up-to-date on the Interstate 30/SH 360 Interchange Project, visit www.keep30360moving.org.