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I-565 nighttime detours planned for Exit 10 work in Madison

MADISON – As work continues on the Town Madison Interchange on I-565 in Madison, drivers should expect nighttime detours for setting bridge girders over the interstate during the next two to three months. According to Alabama Department of Transportation, periodic weeknight closures of one direction of I-565 at a time — westbound or eastbound — will be necessary for the safety of the public due to the overhead work.

Weather permitting, a closure of the westbound roadway and detour of all westbound traffic will be implemented between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m. nightly, Sunday, April 28, through Thursday, May 2.

The detour for westbound traffic will be Madison Boulevard from Exit 13 to Wall Triana Highway to Exit 9. The eastbound detour, which will be implemented on future dates, will be Wall Triana Highway from Exit 9 to Madison Boulevard to Exit 13. All detours will be limited to late night/early morning hours, when traffic volume is lowest, to minimize travel impacts.

Signal timings on Madison Boulevard have been modified to accommodate the detour, and Madison Police Department will be assisting with traffic control.

Girders are massive steel beams that will support the future bridge decks on the westbound on- and off-ramps under construction at Exit 10.

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