ROAD CLOSURES MAP: See closed low water crossings, streets in Austin

Update: All Austin low water crossings are now open.

Road closures amid the heavy rainfall in Austin this weekend are largely concentrated in Northwest Austin, along Spicewood Springs Road and off Parmer Lane and MoPac.

The Austin area received between 2 and 9 inches of rain since Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Texas coast Friday, according to the National Weather Service. Another 2 to 4 inches are projected for the next 24 hours, in addition to 5 to 10 inches through Wednesday, the agency said.

No immediate threat of severe flooding exists, but the Austin-Travis County Emergency Operations Center continues to monitor weather conditions. The center advises to avoid driving and to call 3-1-1 if one sees debris as well as flashing or nonfunctioning traffic signals.

Regional transit provider Capital Metro remains in operation Sunday. The agency's website provides any detours for routes:

Motorists should observe these tips if they are going to be on the road:

Here's a look at the low water crossing closures in Austin as of Sunday at 3:15 p.m., according to ATX Floods:

  • Low Water Crossing #1 6019 Spicewood Springs, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #2 6020 Spicewood Springs Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #3 6650 Spicewood Springs Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #4 6836 Spicewood Springs Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #5 7003 Spicewood Springs Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #6 7748 Spicewood Springs Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #7 7882 Spicewood Springs Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #11 Old Spicewood Springs Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #12 Old Spicewood Springs Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #13 5296 Old Spicewood Springs Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #30 3523 McNeil Drive, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #31 12400 Waters Park Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #32 3144 Adelphi Lane, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #33 12218 Waters Park Road, Austin

  • Low Water Crossing #34 2809 Oneal Lane

  • Low Water Crossing #82 Colton-Bluff Springs Road, Austin

  • Edgegrove Drive at South Crest Drive, Travis County

  • Eanes Creek at Camp Craft Road 301 Camp Craft Road

Please check ATX Floods for an up-to-date and comprehensive listing of road closures in the region.



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