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I-565 East and West bound lanes scheduled for two more closures

MADISON — The Madison Police Department announced Wednesday that the East and West bound lanes of I-565 in the city limits of Madison will be temporarily closed again two more times in the next several days.

The lanes will be closed Thursday, Nov. 29, due to more construction-related blasting for an exit ramp in the area of the Town Madison development. Additional blasting is scheduled for Monday, Dec. 3, at 2 p.m. and will also result in temporary closure of East and West bound lanes.

For safety, MPD said traffic will be stopped a safe distance away from the blast zone for a duration of approximately 10 minutes.

Marked police vehicles and officers will be on the scene to stop traffic. MPD asks that all drivers be aware of their presence and follow their direction. Traffic will resume once the “all clear is given.”

If travel is imperative and cannot be delayed, MPD encourages drivers to plan to take an alternate route.

 

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