I-10 eastbound closed from Dairy Ashford to Wilcrest: 4 Houston-area lane closures to know this weekend, March 8-11

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Here are lane closures to be aware of this weekend in the Greater Houston area.

1. I-10 eastbound lanes from Dairy Ashford Road to Wilcrest Drive

The three outside lanes going eastbound from Dairy Ashford Road to Wilcrest Dr. will be closed nightly from 9 p.m.-10 a.m. from Friday to Saturday.

Avoid the Dairy Ashford entrance ramp. The exit ramp to Kirkwood will remain open.

2. I-45 northbound connector ramp to I-69 northbound

There will be a total closure at the I-45 northbound connector ramp to I-69 northbound. This will be closed continuously until 5 a.m. Friday, June 1.

Motorists traveling on I-45 outside of I-610 proceed to I-610 eastbound to I-10 westbound to I-69 northbound.

Motorists traveling on I-45 inside of I-610, continue on I-45 to I-10 eastbound to I-69 northbound.

3. I-610 southbound exit ramp to Fournace Place

The southbound exit ramp to Fournace place will be totally closed until further notice.

There is a detour via the Hidalgo Street, exit. Motorists can exit Hidalgo Street, turn south on Post Oak Boulevard and continue on to I-610 West Loop southbound frontage road to Fournace Place.

An alternate detour is available via the Bellaire Boulevard by exiting and taking the U-turn back to Fournace Place.

4. US-290 Westbound from Bingle Road exit to Bingle Road

There will be a total closure on US-290 westbound from the Bingle Road exit to Bingle Road nightly from 9 p.m.-5 a.m. from March 8 to March 10.

On March 7, motorists can detour to the Bingle exit, continue on eastbound frontage road and re-enter mainlanes after Pinemont to detour to the Bingle exit.

On March 8 and 9, motorists can detour to the Bingle exit, take a right on Bingle, a left on Pinemont, and a right on Poppy to re-enter the mainlines.

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Haley Morrison
Haley Morrison came to Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after graduating from Baylor University. In her tenure as a reporter, she has primarily written about education, health care and transportation.
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