Overnight closure of Loop 610 and four other I-69 construction updates to know, May 25-29

Loop 610 will be shut down overnight each night from May 25-29 as construction continues on the I-69 interchange project. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Loop 610 will be shut down overnight each night from May 25-29 as construction continues on the I-69 interchange project. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Loop 610 will be shut down overnight each night from May 25-29 as construction continues on the I-69 interchange project. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Loop 610 will be shut down overnight every night from May 25-29 as construction continues on the I-69 interchange project.

The shutdown affects both northbound and southbound lanes from I-69 to Fournace Place, with closures running from 9 p.m.-5 a.m. Northbound and southbound connector ramps from I-69 are unaffected. Traffic will be routed to the Loop 610 frontage roads.


Four other Loop and I-69 closures to know are as follows.

  • The northbound frontage road from Fournace Place to Westpark Drive will have one lane closed from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday, May 27.

  • Northbound Loop 610 will have one inside lane from South Post Oak Road to Woodway Drive closed from 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 27 until 5 a.m. Thursday, May 28.

  • Both Loop 610 connector ramps to I-69 northbound will be closed from 9 p.m.-5 a.m. from Tuesday, May 26 to Friday, May 29. Traffic can take connectors to IH 69 South, exit at Chimney Rock and U-turn to the northbound frontage road.

  • I-69 northbound from Loop 610 to Newcastle Drive will have two lanes closed from 9 a.m.-5 a.m., from Tuesday, May 26 to Friday, May 29.



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