On-Time Traffic Update

Updated: Monday, December 15 2014, 12:36 PM EST
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DOT Projects:

12/01- In Polk County, the D.O.T. has closed Warrior Drive at Bridge #126, over a tributary of the North Pacolet River. It's closed for removal of the bridge and replacing it with a concrete culvert.  The detour route will follow Howard Gap Road to Harmon Field Road to US-176, back to Warrior Drive. The road is expected to reopen in May 2015.

11/11/14- The City of Asheville reports the Craven Street improvement project underway in West Asheville moves to the next phase this week. The storm water culvert section of the project underway since mid-July is complete and crews will shift to the realignment of Craven Street, Emma Road and Hazel Mill Road. Work along this section is anticipated to take through the spring of 2015. During that time, Craven Street will be closed between Waynesville Avenue and Hazel Mill Road, while a new four-way stop at Craven Street, Hazel Mill Road and Emma Road will be in place by the end of the week.
 
The section of Craven Street between Georgia Street and Waynesville Avenue will be open beginning Tuesday November 11th, allowing access to Haywood Road from Waynesville Avenue.

10/01 - Starting Wednesday, October 8th drivers will have to use the south entrance to get into the Asheville Regional Airport. The current main entrance will close permanently because of a DOT project on Airport Road. All traffic will have to use the airport's entrance at the light near Fanning Bridge Road. Airport officials say signs will be posted.

8/28 - Drivers in Asheville be aware of a traffic pattern change on I-26 Eastbound between mile markers 31 & 33. This is for bridge work over Pond Road, between the I-40 intersection and Brevard Road.

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