I-10 shut down between I-45 and Shepherd: Houston area lane closures this weekend, March 2-4


Here are lane, road and ramp closures to keep in mind while driving throughout Houston this weekend, March 2-4. For a full list of closures, visit Houston TranStar.

1. I-10 eastbound mainlanes from Shepherd Drive to I-45 North

Total closure from 8 p.m. Friday, March 2, through 5 a.m. Monday, March 5.

Drivers will be detoured to Loop 610 northbound to I-45 southbound to I-10. I-10 eastbound mainlanes between Loop 610 and N. Shepherd Drive will have one to two lanes open for local traffic only. All other drivers are encouraged to detour to Loop 610.

I-10 eastbound entrance ramps from Silber, Washington Avenue/Westcott, T.C. Jester, N. Shepherd/Durham, Patterson, Heights/Yale, Studemont and Taylor will be closed during this time. The I-10 eastbound exit ramps to Shepherd/Durham and Taylor will also be closed.

2. Loop 610 West northbound and southbound connector ramps to I-10 eastbound

Total closure from 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 2, to 5 a.m. Monday, March 5.

Drivers traveling northbound on Loop 610 will be detoured to I-45 southbound to I-10. Drivers traveling southbound on Loop 610 will be detoured to I-10 westbound, exit at Chimney Rock/Wirt, U-turn to I-10 eastbound, enter the freeway. The detour continues with drivers going to Loop 610 northbound to I-45 southbound back to I-10 eastbound. Drivers traveling eastbound on Hwy. 290 will be detoured to Loop 610 northbound to I-45 southbound to I-10.

3. Loop 610 North westbound exit ramp to North Main Street

Total closure until 5 a.m., Monday, March 5.

4. Hwy. 290 eastbound at Antoine Drive

Total closure from 9 p.m. Friday, March 2 to 12 p.m. Saturday, March 3.

Drivers should detour to the Antoine exit, continue on the frontage road and re-enter Hwy. 290 mainlanes after W. 34th Street.

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Chevall Pryce
Chevall Pryce joined Community Impact in 2017 after graduating from Texas A&M University with a degree in Journalism and experience with the student newspaper, The Battalion. He currently reports on various topics in Cy-Fair, including economics, development and legislature as well as community events and businesses.
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