Crews are working on the Elysian Viaduct Bridge, just north of downtown Houston. The closure is expected to remain in effect until Monday, Jan. 25 at 5 a.m.
This weekend I-10 between I-45 and I-69 in @DowntownHouston will be closed starting Friday, Jan. 22 at 9pm until Monday, Jan. 25 at 5am to complete work on the Elysian Viaduct over I-10. Go to https://t.co/8X08wC7Tou for additional closures and detour information. pic.twitter.com/FWjCqrOXLF— TxDOT- HOU District (@TxDOTHouston) January 19, 2021
If you plan on driving eastbound on I-10, prepare to take a detour to I-45 southbound to I-69 northbound to I-10 eastbound. Heading west? You'll need to take I-69 southbound to I-45 northbound to I-10 west.
There will be additional closures associated with the Elysian Viaduct project this weekend, including multiple entrance and exit ramps.
You can find more information on Houston TranStar's website.
You read that right. Expect big delays passing through downtown on I-10 this weekend. @txdothouston is putting finishing touches on the Elysian Viaduct project. #kattraffic #ABC13 #houston #traffic pic.twitter.com/zsKYt9rdUz— Katherine Whaley (@KatherineABC13) January 22, 2021
The Elysian Viaduct Bridge project includes replacing and widening the bridge to accommodate paved shoulders.
The crew will also adding shoulders to the four-lane roadway and a wider sidewalk along the northbound lanes between Runnel and Ruiz streets.
The project is anticipated to be completed by early Spring 2021.
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