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Construction will disrupt travel on Dallas North Tollway

by | Jun 10, 2016 | Latest

DALLAS NORTH TOLLWAY (DNT)

Closure of the DNT over two weekends for demolition and beam placement on the Tennyson Parkway bridge

The following closures will occur:

Closures needed to complete demolition of the north portion of the Tennyson Parkway bridge.

11 p.m. Friday, June 10 through 5 a.m. Monday, June 13 (Continuous closure)

All northbound lanes of the DNT from the Spring Creek Parkway exit to the Headquarters Drive entrance ramp
All southbound lanes of the DNT from Gaylord Parkway to the Spring Creek Parkway entrance ramp
The east- and westbound direct-connector ramps from the SRT to southbound DNT
The northbound DNT direct-connector ramp to east- and westbound SRT
The northbound entrance ramp from Spring Creek Parkway
The northbound exit ramps at Legacy and Headquarters Drive
The southbound entrance ramps from Gaylord Parkway, SH 121 and Legacy Drive
The southbound exit ramps to Legacy Drive and Spring Creek Parkway
Closures needed for beam placement for the new portion of the Tennyson Parkway bridge.

9 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, June 17

Northbound left lane of the DNT from Chapel Hill Boulevard to Legacy Drive.
Southbound left lane of the DNT from Headquarters Drive to south of Spring Creek Parkway.
10 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday, June 17

Two northbound left lanes of the DNT from Chapel Hill Boulevard to Legacy Drive.
Two southbound left lanes of the DNT from Headquarters Drive to south of Spring Creek Parkway.
11 p.m. Friday, June 17 through 5 a.m. Monday, June 20 (Continuous closure)

All northbound lanes of the DNT from the Spring Creek Parkway exit to the Headquarters Drive entrance ramp
All southbound lanes of the DNT from Gaylord Parkway to the Spring Creek Parkway entrance ramp
The east- and westbound direct-connector ramps from the SRT to southbound DNT
The northbound DNT direct-connector ramp to east- and westbound SRT
The northbound entrance ramp from Spring Creek Parkway
The northbound exit ramps at Legacy and Headquarters Drive
The southbound entrance ramps from Gaylord Parkway, SH 121 and Legacy Drive
The southbound exit ramps to Legacy Drive and Spring Creek Parkway
Note: NTTA coordinated these closures with the Cities of Plano and Frisco. Tennyson Parkway over the DNT will be open to traffic during both closures, as approved by the City of Plano. Changeable message signs have been placed prior to lane closures in the construction area. Law enforcement officers also will be on duty to assist motorists. Delays are expected and motorists are urged to use caution in the construction area and seek alternate routes.

All closures are subject to weather conditions and will be postponed, if necessary.

NTTA appreciates the public’s patience during the ongoing construction.

The current Tennyson Parkway bridge over the Dallas North Tollway cannot accommodate the new DNT fourth lane. In order to continue the construction of the DNT Improvement Projects and allow traffic on Tennyson Parkway, the bridge at Tennyson Parkway will be demolished in two phases, beginning with the north section. Once the new north section of the bridge is built, traffic on Tennyson will be moved onto the new bridge and the southern section will be demolished and rebuilt.

For more information about upcoming lane closures and traffic-related news along NTTA roadways, go to the “Scheduled Lane Closures” link atwww.ntta.org.Map only--DNT_4L_DNT-Tennyson Closures_061016

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