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Road, ramp closures on I-485 at night

Motorists on Interstate 485 in southern Mecklenburg County can expect lane closures, ramp closures and rolling roadblocks at night over the next two weeks, as crews work to repair a large overhead sign.

The N.C. Department of Transportation says Lane Construction will be working to remove the overhead sign structure on I-485’s inner loop, a short distance west of the South Boulevard entrance ramp. The sign structure was damaged May 1 in a vehicle wreck.

Jennifer Thompson, a spokeswoman for the DOT, says the repairs will take place Monday through Thursday nights this week and next week. Work will start at 9 p.m. each night.

Thompson said the right lane will be closed at 9 p.m. each night, and lane closures on both the inner and outer loops are likely afterwards. The intermittent rolling roadblocks are likely for 20-minute periods.

In addition, ramp closures are scheduled three different nights.

The ramp to the I-485 outer loop to South Boulevard will be closed Wednesday night; the ramp from I-485’s outer loop to N.C. 51 will be affected June 24; and the ramp from I-485’s inner loop to N.C. 51 will be closed June 27.

Steve Lyttle: 704-358-6107.
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