Abram Street / Development / MyAbram / Transportation & Mobility
Mar 17, 2019
Abram St. Revitalization Project: Construction, Lane Closures and Partners Meeting
Here are the anticipated lane closures and traffic impacts on and along Abram Street in Downtown Arlington as reported by the City of Arlington. Closures and detours are subject to changes due to weather and schedule.
New or updated information is indicated in bold.
Pecan Street between Abram Street and Main Street
- Southbound Pecan Street between Abram and Main streets will be closed from Monday, Feb. 25 to Tuesday, April 2. The northbound lane will remain open.
Cooper Street between UTA Boulevard and Main Street
- The outside lane of northbound Cooper Street will be closed north of UTA Boulevard to Main Street to allow for installation of new water line infrastructure. This closure will not affect southbound traffic.
City Hall southeast entrance
- On Monday, Feb. 25, the ADA accessible ramp located on the southeast corner of City Hall will be closed and the ramp located at the southwest corner of City Hall will be reopened. This closure is necessary for the construction of the south City Hall façade.
Interstate 30/State Highway 360 Project
- Lane closures are planned as part of the $233 million Interstate 30/SH 360 Interchange Project and the SH 360 Widening Project. The southbound SH 360 entrance ramp from Six Flags Drive will be closed indefinitely to place sanitary sewer. Traffic is being directed to the next entrance ramp from Abram Street.
Track #myAbram or visit www.ArlingtonTX.gov/Abram to stay up-to-date on this transformative, two-year construction project. For more information about the Interstate 30/SH 360 projects, visit the Keep 30360 Moving website.
myAbram Partners Meetings
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