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Red Bud Lane bridge overnight closure scheduled Dec. 13-14

Published on December 10, 2021 under RRnews
Red Bud Lane bridge overnight closure scheduled Dec. 13-14

The Red Bud Lane bridge at HWY 79 will be closed for maintenance 9 p.m-6 p.m. Dec. 13-14.

Detour signs will be in place for the duration of the closure and drivers should expect minor delays.

Please be advised that the City of Round Rock will be performing some bridge maintenance work on the NB & SB main lanes of Red Bud Lane (just before the southside of the railroad tracks) and this will affect the HWY 79 and Red Bud Lane intersection; Westbound HWY 79 left turn lane onto SB Red Bud Lane and the Eastbound HWY 79 right turn lane onto SB Red Bud Lane.  Both of the NB & SB main lanes of Red Bud Lane bridge will be closed next Monday, 12-13-2021 through Tuesday, 12-14-2021; from 9pm to 6am for those two partial days.  

This work will require multiple lane closures, all traffic control devices will be installed and removed at the beginning/end of each workday, with no through traffic being allowed during the time of this operation.  A Traffic Control Plan will be in place, providing advance warning notices of the lane the closures and workers present.  Only minor delays are anticipated so drivers are encouraged to use caution and be aware of workers in this area.  

Please note the proposed schedule is subject to change due to inclement weather and/or any other unforeseen situations.  Please add this notice to the website/social media and notify emergency services providers accordingly.

Please see the attached Traffic Control Plan for review and notification purposes. 

Please let me know if you have any questions or if any other additional information is required.

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Source: City of Round Rock

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