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Aug 22, 2018
Milestone: Portion of Abram St. Revitalization at Levitt Pavilion Now Complete
The City of Arlington announced that the transformative rebuild of Abram Street in Downtown Arlington between Cooper and Collins Streets has reached a major milestone. Improvements to the south side of Abram between Pecan and Center Streets have been completed ahead of schedule. Since construction began in late March, the City and the contractor have been working diligently in partnership to ensure this section would be complete and ready for public use before the start of the Levitt Pavilion’s 2018 Fall Concert Season.
Learn more about the $26 million Abram Street Revitalization Project in this month's episode of Street Tracker on MyArlingtonTV.
Street Tracker, which is produced by the City of Arlington, provides transparency and up-to-date information on both current and proposed street maintenance and construction projects throughout The American Dream City..
Getting Around Downtown
Free parking is available throughout Downtown, including in the public lot west of City Hall, in the 101 Center Parking garage, along Front Street, and in the new reverse-angle parking spaces along Abram, Center and Mesquite streets.
Abram Street will be open to two-way traffic throughout its two-year redevelopment. Track #myAbram and visit myAbram.com for the latest information about traffic routing and construction milestones. Download Waze for free and see real-time traffic, find optimal routes and avoid road closures, or for only $3 takeVia Arlingtonand leave your car at home.