Upcoming Harbor Bridge Project closures to affect traffic on North Beach

FLATIRON / DRAGADOS, LLC

Office of Public Information
FLATIRON/DRAGADOS, LLC

500 N. Shoreline Blvd., Suite 500, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
Office: 361.288.2900 Fax: 361.288.2920
Website: www.harborbridgeproject.com

For Immediate Release

Monday, April 30, 2018
Contact: Lorette Williams, Public Information Coordinator, (361) 446-9542 (mobile)

Closures to affect traffic on North Beach

Closures include northbound Beach Avenue Exit ad portions of US 181 frontage road

CORPUS CHRISTI—Beginning May 15, 2018 the northbound US 181 Beach Avenue exit will be closed.  Motorists traveling north must utilize the Burleson Street exit for access to North Beach.  Additional short-term closures will affect various routes in the North Beach area of the Harbor Bridge Project work zone.    A detailed listing of closures is included below.

Short-Term Closures

Beginning May 8, 2018 to June 8, 2018 various daily lane closures will take place on the northbound US 181 frontage road between Burleson Street and Beach Avenue.  Detour routes will be established and traffic signs will assist with navigating motorists through alternative routes.

Permanent Closure

Beginning May 15, 2018 the northbound US 181 Beach Avenue exit will be closed.  Motorists traveling north must utilize the Burleson Street exit for access to North Beach.

All work will take place in the North Beach area of the project work zone and is weather permitting.

Motorists are urged to be aware of the lane closures, to consider using alternate routes, to follow all traffic control devices, and to slow down in the work zones.

For information about all current and upcoming lane closures related to the Harbor Bridge Project, visit www.harborbridgeproject.com.

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About the Harbor Bridge Project:  The nearly $900 million US 181 Harbor Bridge project will include the development, design and construction of just over six miles of combined bridge and roadway.  It will include the new six-lane Harbor Bridge, as well as, the reconstruction of approximately 1.6 miles of IH-37 and approximately one mile of the Crosstown Expressway.  Once the new bridge is open to the traveling public, the project will conclude with the demolition of the existing Harbor Bridge.  It is anticipated that the project will take five years to complete.

For more information, contact Lorette Williams, Harbor Bridge Project Public Information Coordinator, at 361.446.9542 or publicinformation@harborbridgeproject.com.

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2018-04-30T16:06:01+00:00 April 30th, 2018|Press Releases|