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Lane Closures, Detours on I-10 in El Paso

The Texas Department of Transportation reports the following short term closures on I-10 in El Paso. Traffic alerts posted pertain to closures located within the six-mile project limits of GO 10 — between North Mesa Street and Executive Center Boulevard.

  • I-10 West
    Overnight: Oct. 3-6. 9 pm each night to 5 am each morning:
    I-10 Westbound will be reduced to one lane between the Executive Center Overpass and the Sunland Park Overpass.
  • I-10 East
    12 Hours. 5 pm Oct. 2 to 5 am Oct. 3:
    I-10 Eastbound will be completely closed between the Sunland Park Exit Ramp (Exit 13) to the Executive Center Overpass. Alternate route: Transmountain Rd (Loop 375). Detour route: I-10 Traffic will exit at Sunland Park (Exit 13), take North Mesa Street (SH 20) south toward Executive Center Blvd. Traffic will be able to re-enter I-10 Eastbound from Executive Center Blvd. Follow the road signs in place.

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San Antonio’s Seaworld Unveils Major New Attractions for 2017

SeaWorld has just announced a new list of first of it’s kind new rides, shows and events for it’s San Antonio park for 2017.

The announcement features Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster and numerous major entertainment options. Here are a few of the details:

Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster: A new generation of coaster, the first of its kind in North America, combining the thrill of the sea, the adrenaline rush of a multi-launch roller coaster and the inspiration of animal rescue is coming to SeaWorld San Antonio. Wave Breaker: The Rescue Coaster boasts variety of features inspired by the reality of jet skiing across a body of water. The design will allow riders to lean into a series of banked and serpentine turns, and grip the handle bars as they race over hills designed for maximum airtime, and a pair of high acceleration launches. The coaster enables riders to feel what it’s like to race alongside SeaWorld’s heroic animal care team and veterinarians as they spring into action at a moment’s notice to help rescue animals in distress.

Reaching heights of up to 61 feet, the majority of the coaster’s 2,600-foot track will be directly over water, creating the sensation that riders are surging across the park’s Ski Lake. With a minimum height requirement of 48 inches, Wave Breaker promises to be a dynamic coaster experience for the whole family.

With the addition of Wave Breaker, guests can experience four coasters in San Antonio, spanning a range of ages and thrills. Wave Breaker joins The Great White®, a floorless steel rollercoaster that challenges riders to 360-degree flips, breathtaking loops, corkscrews and thrilling curves at speeds of up to 50 mph; Steel Eel®, a true hypercoaster featuring a 15-story vertical drop, followed by a series of camelbacks that provide periods of weightlessness and Shamu Express®, a junior-sized coaster perfect for families with younger children.

Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer & Friends: Rudolph & Friends will return for the 2017 season, with additional Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer-themed experiences for families to enjoy the Christmas spirit even more.

2017 Events
Seven Seas Food Festival, a popular music and food event as well as Just for Kids and Summer Nights, will be returning for 2017.


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Ramp Closures, Detours on I-10 in Jacksonville Thru September 16

The Florida Department of Transportation reports the following traffic impacts on I-10 in the Jacksonville metro area thru September 16, 2016

  • Nighttime closure of on-ramp from I-10 eastbound to I-295 West Beltway westbound Monday through Saturday, September 17 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. for road construction. Follow detour route.
  • Continuous inside eastbound and westbound lane and off-ramp lane closures on I-10 at State Road 23/Cecil Commerce Center Parkway for building the new interchange. Daytime lane and shoulder closures Monday through Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for bridge foundation construction.
  • Nighttime westbound off-ramp lane closure on I-10 to southbound State Road 23 Thursday from midnight to 5 a.m. for utilities work.

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Lane Closures on I-10 in California This Week

The California Department of Transportation reports the following traffic impacts on I-10 thru September 16, 2016.

Lane closures will take place on I-10 at Jefferson Street (Riverside County) thru September 16. The purpose of these closures is to continue bridge and roadway construction activities.

Closure Schedule

  • Night alternating lane closures of EB I-10.
  • Nights of Monday through Friday, September 12 – 16, 2016. 10:00pm – 6:00am
  • Night alternating lane closures of WB I-10.
  • Nights of Monday through Friday, September 12 – 16, 2016. 10:00pm – 6:00am

Note: Friday closures will not be implemented except as a contingency to complete work delayed by weather events to keep the project on schedule.


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Lane Closures on I-10 in Louisiana Thru September 18

The Louisiana Department of Transportation reports that, beginning Monday, September 12, Interstate 10 will have intermittent lane closures between Henderson and Ramah to allow crews to perform routine inspections on the Atchafalaya Basin Bridge. Inspections are estimated to take place over a two week period.

The inspection schedule for the first week is proposed as follows:

Monday, September 12 – Tuesday, September 13

  • Eastbound – left lane – Henderson to Butte LaRose. 6:30 am to 2:00 pm.

Wednesday, September 14 – Thursday, September 15

  • Westbound – Left lane  – Whiskey Bay to Butte LaRose. 6:30 am to 2:00 pm.

Saturday, September 17 – Sunday, September 18

  • Westbound – Left lane – Butte LaRose to Henderson. 6:30 am to 2:00 pm.

The proposed closures are subject to change and may be re-scheduled in the event of inclement weather. Motorists are encouraged to utilize an alternate route, as delays are expected. DOTD apologizes for any inconvenience and encourages motorists to be on the lookout for crews and their equipment.


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