Sunday, June 20, 2021

FM 1938 Update – Lovegrass Lane to be Closed Starting July 12, 2016

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Suggested detours during the Lovegrass Lane closure.

TxDOT plans to close Lovegrass Lane for approximately two weeks starting July 12, 2016.

Beginning Tuesday, July 12, 2016, TxDOT plans to close Lovegrass Lane at FM 1938 in order to perform roadway construction in this area.  The closure is expected to last approximately two weeks.

Motorists looking to access Lovegrass Lane will need to seek alternate routes.  TxDOT has provided a map of suggested detours (see image on the right).  It’s also important to note that Johnson Road at FM 1938 will continue to remain open during the time that Lovegrass Lane is closed.

For questions about the Lovegrass Lane closure or the FM 1938 project, contact Stephen Ranft, TxDOT Mobility Coordinator, at fm1938mobility@gmail.com or 817-462-0520.

You may also contact the Southlake Public Works Department at 817-748-8098 or visit the project page located here.

UPDATE: Orange Barrel Alert: Closing Johnson Road near Randol Mill Avenue for March 27th

UPDATE 3/25/14 8:45 AM

The Southlake Department of Public Works is updating their warning to drivers about an Orange Barrel alert for March 27th. Installation of a new 12″ water pipe will require closing both lanes of traffic on Johnson Rd. at Randol Mill Ave.

Johnson Rd will be closed to all traffic from Randol Mill Ave continuing west approximately 200 ft  from 9 am to 3 pm.  Please follow all traffic control barricades, traffic control signs and flaggers’ directions.

For more information about the City’s construction projects, please visit CityofSouthlake.com/CityConstruction.

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3/21/2014

The Southlake Department of Public Works is warning drivers about an Orange Barrel Alert for March 25th.  The installation of a new 12-inch water pipe will restrict traffic to one lane on Johnson Road, just west of Randol Mill Avenue.

The lane closures will take place from  9:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m.  Please follow all traffic control signs and those helping to direct traffic.

For more information about the City’s construction projects, please visit CityofSouthlake.com/CityConstruction.

Arrow shows intersection near lane restrictions

Arrow shows intersection near lane restrictions