Re-routing Traffic May Cause Delays - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/18/04

Re-routing Traffic May Cause Delays

If you drive in Southwest Lubbock, you can expect some traffic delays for the next six days.

Starting tomorrow, the three middle lanes of University Ave. will be closed at the 70th Street intersection. Traffic will be re-routed to the outside lanes only.

The construction is part of the 2004 primary streets maintenance program. The work should be complete by next Wednesday.

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