Westbound I-20 in Monroe from Garrett Road (Exit 120) to US 165 interchange will experience lane closures from Saturday, October 2, 2010 to Saturday, October 9, 2010 at the following times:
7:00 pm Saturday to Noon Sunday
6:00 pm Sunday to 7:00 am Monday
7:00 am Monday to 7:00 am Tuesday
7:00 pm Tuesday to 7:00 am Wednesday
7:00 pm Wednesday to 7:00 am Thursday
7:00 pm Thursday to 7:00 am Friday
8:00 pm Friday to 10:00 am Saturday
The Garrett Road Interchange, Pecanland Mall Drive Entrance Ramp, US 165 Interchange, and the Texas Ave/N. 18th Street Interchange at I-20 Westbound will be closed beginning Tuesday, October 5, 2010 until Saturday, October 9, 2010 during scheduled construction times.
Crews will be installing borrow material along the roadway shoulders, patching shoulders with asphaltic concrete, and saw cutting and patching full depth PCCP patches.
These closures will allow vehicles 16-feet wide or smaller to pass through the construction zone. Emergency vehicles have access to the area. Detour for Garrett Road exit ramp from I-20 WB shall be west via I-20 to the Civic Center Exit, then back east on I-20 to Garrett Road. Detour route for I-20 WB entrance ramp from Garrett Road shall be south to I-20 East, then east along I-20 to Millhaven Exit and north to I-20 West. Detour route for I-20 WB Exit Ramps to US 165 Northbound and Southbound shall be west via I-20 to Civic Center Exit, then south to I-20 Entrance Ramp and east along I-20 to US 165. Detour route for I-20 WB Entrance Ramps from US 165 Northbound and Southbound shall be east via I-20 to Millhaven Exit, then north to I-20 west. Detour route for I-20 Exit Ramp to Texas Avenue/ N. 18th Street shall be west via I-20 to Civic Center Exit, then south to I-20 Entrance Ramp and east along I-20 to Texas Ave/N. 18th. Detour route for Texas Avenue/ N.18th Street Entrance Ramp to I-20 Westbound shall be south via LA594 to LA 15, then north to I-20.
Gilchrist Construction Company and DOTD appreciate your patience and remind you to please drive with caution through the construction site and be on the lookout for work crews and their equipment.