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The City of Hurst continues to transform and revitalize key corridors, new businesses are flocking in and the new conference center brings in thousands of visitors each month. Boasting a population of 38,500 people, Hurst truly is a quality of life city.

 
Lane Closure Reporting Urgency Levels:

Newest

Ongoing

Extended/Permanent

 
  HURST LANE CLOSURES TOP

1)

HURST
TEXPRESS LANES: The shoulders on the eastbound and westbound TEXpress Lanes at Hurstview Dr. will be reduced.

Dates:

through May 2017 (estimated)

Times:

At all times

 
  HURST / BEDFORD LANE CLOSURES TOP

1)

HURST & BEDFORD
MAIN LANE: The right auxiliary lane of westbound SH 121/183 from Forest Ridge Dr. to Bedford Rd. will be closed.

Dates:

through May 2017 (estimated)

Times:

At all times

 

2)

HURST & BEDFORD
MAIN LANE: The right auxiliary lane of westbound SH 121/183 from Brown Trail to Hurstview Dr. will be closed.

Dates:

through May 2017 (estimated)

Times:

At all times

 

3)

HURST & BEDFORD
MAIN LANE: The right auxiliary lane of eastbound SH 121/183 from Precinct Line Rd. to Norwood Dr. will be closed.

Dates:

through May 2017 (estimated)

Times:

At all times

 
 
 

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