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The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) reports temporary traffic changes at the intersection of Wellborn and Old Main. Left turns from Wellborn to Old Main are now blocked. And starting Saturday, March 9, Old Main at Wellborn Road will be completely closed to traffic. This is part of the ongoing construction of a new bridge. The left turn bays and Old Main are scheduled to reopen March 17.

If you were coming into west Bryan on Highway 21 Friday this afternoon you might have taken a detour at the Highway 47 exit. TxDOT says traffic was rerouted after a tractor trailer hauling a backhoe on 21 hit the highway 47 bridge. The backhoe fell off the trailer onto highway 21. There was no concrete damage to the bridge, the road surface where the backhoe landed was patched, and no one was hurt.

Sunday’s Armadillo Dash marathon means vehicular traffic will be blocked.

Click HERE to download a map of the half-marathon route.

Click HERE to download a map of the 5K route.

Street closures begin Sunday morning at 6:30.

Harvey Road between the State Highway 6 East Feeder and FM 158 will be closed to thru traffic at the start of the race until all of the ½ marathon runners have turned to the south on SH 30 (to Huntsville).

Harvey Road between Appomattox and Copperfield will be closed for the duration of the race. It should reopen by 11:00 AM.

Copperfield Drive will be closed to all traffic until the 5K runners are off of the northbound side and returning to Veterans Park on the southbound side. Once those runners are off of northbound then northbound traffic may be opened. Southbound traffic will not be allowed onto Copperfield until all runners are off of that road.

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Posted by on Mar 2 2013. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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