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Road / Bridge Closures and Traffic Notices

  • Effective Sunday, 16 February 2014, Old Georgetown Rd. from Elijah Road to Manning Mountain Road, will be closed to through traffic due to safety issues with the bridge at Cowhouse Creek.  The closure is scheduled to last for 180 days. Traffic is recommended to use West Range Road. Detour Map
  • Beginning 24 March 2014 and ending 31 October 2014 there will be major road construction along Santa Fe Ave and Wratten Drive. Work will include closing lanes, detouring traffic and re-configuring intersections.

List of affected roads:

  • Eastern end of Santa Fe Ave (from South 65th St. to the Santa Fe ACP).
  • Southern end of 62nd St. (from Warehouse Ave to the end of 62nd St.)
  • Southern end of Wratten Dr. (from Darnall Lp to Railhead Dr.) and all of Fisher Ln.

It is recommended that drivers using Santa Fe as their point of entry and exit to the installation use TJ Mills Blvd or Clear Cleek Rd. Detour Map

  • Beginning 11 July 2014 and ending 11 August 2014 there will be a partial road closure along Santa Fe Ave near the hospital construction site.

Affected roads:

  • Santa Fe Ave from 65th St. to 62nd St.  Traffic along Santa Fe Ave heading East bound will be detoured North on 65th St., then East down Warehouse Ave.

It is recommended that drivers using Santa Fe as their point of entry and exit to the installation use TJ Mills Blvd or Clear Cleek Rd. Detour Map

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

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