I-35 Express Expansion Project is underway.
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Nightly Closures of East-and Westbound Crosby Road Near Interstate 35E in Carrollton
As crews continue work to expand the bridges along I-35E in Carrollton, various lanes of east- and westbound Crosby Road near the interstate will be closed nightly from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m., Tuesday, March 4 through Friday, March 14.
This closure is needed for work related to the 35Express project, an expansion of I-35E between US Highway 380 in Denton County and I-635 in Dallas County. All closures are subject to weather conditions and will be postponed, if necessary.
- Work on drainage structures along the frontage roads at Mayhill and the I35E frontage road and near US 77 and Pennsylvania Road.
- In addition to this work, crews are expected to begin work at the Bonnie Brae Road bridge over I-35E in Denton. The Bonnie Brae bridge is one of several that will be widened to accommodate an additional lane of traffic.
- Crews are prepping for work needed to widen the bridges at Whitlock Lane, Crosby Road, Valwood Parkway and Valley View Lane. The southbound HOV Lanes have been closed between I-635 and FM 3040 and the northbound lanes have been closed between I-635 and Whitlock Lane. Traffic has also been shifted on the southern end of the project to allow crews to safely work to remove the concrete median in the middle of the interstate.
- Work on the bridges at Bonnie Brae and McCormick is expected to begin the first half of December. Commuters should expect to see lane reductions in these areas.
- The left lane of north- and southbound I-35E near Valley View Lane in Carrollton will be closed nightly from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m., Monday, March 3 through Saturday, March 8 to set a concrete traffic barrier.
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For the latest up-to-date traffic information visit the Texas Department of Transportation website.
During project construction, consider using public transportation. For more information please visit our Transportation page.
page updated 3/6/2014 2:33 PM