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Planned Ramp Closure for Thursday Night

Montgomery, Al. (WSFA) -- Work continues on construction of the Additional Lanes (Grade, Drainage, Pavement, Concrete Pavement Rubblization, Bridge Widening, Lighting, Signing and Signals) on I-65 from the north end of the Catoma Creek bridge to the south end of the Mill Street bridge, and the Bridge Widening on I-65 from north of Fairview Avenue to the Alabama River Bridge in Montgomery.

Weather permitting, on May 15th, 2008 the Day Street entrance ramp to I-85 Northbound will be closed from approximately 7:00 pm to 6:00 am the following morning.

This closure is required so that work may continue on the Jeff Davis bridge.

In addition, that same night, the Holt Street entrance ramp to I-65 Northbound will be closed from approximately 7:00 pm to 6:00 am the following morning.

The following night, May 16th, 2008, the Holt Street entrance ramp will again be closed, and remain so throughout the weekend, reopening on Monday morning May 19th, 2008 at approximately 6:00 am.

These closures are required so that improvements can be made to the Alabama River Bridge.

WORK ZONE DRIVING TIPS

Adhere to the posted speed limits.
Pay attention. Use proper turn signals for lane changes.
Do not weave in and out of traffic.
Keep a safe distance from the car ahead.
Minimize distractions such as using cellular telephones.
As always, buckle up. For your safety and the safety of others, watch for lane/ramp closures and detour signs.
Continue to pay attention to work zone signs, even when the work is long term or widespread. Remain calm. Adhere to advanced lane closure signs when you first see them.
This will help with traffic flow thru the lane closure area.

ADDITIONAL PROJECT INFORMATION www.progress65.com

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