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Lane closures start today in Belton

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Posted: Friday, August 3, 2012 12:00 pm

BELTON — The city plans several lane closures starting today while crews work on construction projects:

Second Avenue (Farm-to-Market 93), from Main Street to Burnet, will be periodically reduced to two lanes today through Wednesday so the Texas Department of Transportation can mill the street and replace the pavement.

On North Main Street (State Highway 317), between Seventh and 11th avenues, traffic will be periodically reduced to two lanes through Aug. 24 to allow ATMOS Energy to replace a gas line.

Crusader Way, between University Drive and College Street, remains closed to relocate Crusader Way adjacent to the railroad tracks and to construct new parking areas.

University Drive, from Ninth Avenue to Mabee Drive, will be reduced to one lane today through Aug. 10 to allow for construction of fire hydrant leads.

The city asks motorists to pay attention to detour signs and use caution in these areas.

— M. Clare Haefner

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