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Carrier Parkway Construction

(TxDOT) has been building frontage roads on I-20...
Post Date:04/21/2020 8:45 PM

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has been building frontage roads on I-20 for the past couple of years. As we get closer to completion in 2023, one of the most disruptive parts of construction are starting.

For bridge and ramp construction, on April 27, Carrier Parkway southbound lanes will be closed from Towne Crossing to I-20, with traffic being rerouted to the northbound lanes, which becomes two-way. Once the work on the west side is completed, the closure and rerouting of traffic flips with northbound lanes being closed and southbound lanes two-way. Duration of the Carrier construction should be complete within 24 months. The contract is performance driven, so the contractor has great incentive to finish as quickly as possible. At this time,

  • Westbound I-20 on-ramp is available.
  • Eastbound I-20 on-ramp remains rerouted to Westchase.
  • Westbound traffic on I-20 can get off at Belt Line or Dechman and get to Carrier.
  • Eastbound traffic on I-20 cannot get off on Carrier, but can exit at Dechman or Belt Line and circle back around to Carrier.

 

If you would like regular updates texted to you, text GPDRIVES to 888-777. We also will be communicating project updates through the city website, Facebook and Twitter accounts:

You can connect with all things Grand Prairie, including Carrier construction, at gptx.org/socialmedia for links to city’s Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social media accounts. Construction is fluid so stay in touch as outlined above.

The information we are providing comes from TxDOT and is subject to revision at any time. If you would like to talk with someone at TxDOT, contact Laura.Weaver@txdot.gov or Danielle.Boyd@txdot.gov.

We apologize in advance for any disruption in service construction may cause, and look forward to a speedy and successful completion of the project.

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