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Traffic Disruptions On Park Street At 250 Bypass

Traffic Disruptions On Park Street At 250 Bypass

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Try to find another way instead of Park Street to get to and from downtown for the next few days. The city has that advice as work continues on the traffic signals they’re putting in above the 250 Bypass. City Police Lt. Ronnie Roberts says officers will be taking traffic off Park Street. So that will mean big delays and a disruption for anybody using Park Street to get downtown or to get to Rio Road. The work goes on between 9 in the morning and 4 in the afternoon at least through Friday.

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