State officials wish to remind motorists that Interstate 610 in New Orleans stays sealed until early Monday morning.
The closure went into place Friday night to promote a dispersion of a Wisner Bridge over I-610, a Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development said.
During a closure, I-610 from a Interstate 10 separate nearby West End Boulevard to a Gentilly Boulevard opening ramp will be sealed to motorists.
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The road will be in outcome for both directions of I-610. Crews will open a widespread behind adult during 5 a.m. Monday.
DOTD pronounced during a closure eastward trade should take I-10 easterly to a Metairie Road/City Park Avenue exit. Traffic that would routinely exit during St. Bernard Avenue should take I-10 easterly to a North Claiborne Avenue exit. Traffic that would routinely exit during Elysian Fields Avenue or Franklin Avenue should take I-10 easterly to a Elysian Fields exit.
For westbound trade that would routinely exit on I-610 during Elysian Fields Avenue, North Broad Street or Paris Avenue, DOTD suggests regulating a Chef Menteur Highway or Franklin Avenue exits.
Updates will be expelled as required on a closure. Additional information can be found on DOTD’s website.
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