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Traffic switches on Eldorado & Coit Beginning Thursday, December 5 

(December 4, 2013) Traffic will be switched on Eldorado Parkway and on Coit Road on Thursday, December 5 (weather permitting), as part of the Eldorado Parkway widening project. The details of each switch are described below:

Eldorado Parkway between Fragrant Drive and Granbury Drive

Traffic will be switched so that east and westbound traffic on Eldorado Parkway will flow on opposite sides of the median between Fragrant Drive and Granbury Drive. This will remove all temporary crossover transitions on Eldorado Parkway and will reopen Granbury Drive. Motorists are urged to use caution in the area during the traffic switch and to watch for flaggers. After the switch, motorists turning onto Eldorado Parkway from a side street or a driveway should pay special attention to the new location of stop lines and medians.

Coit Road between Eldorado Parkway and Country Ridge Trail

Traffic will be switched so that north and southbound traffic on Coit Road will flow on opposite sides of the median between Eldorado Parkway and Country Ridge Trail. Motorists are urged to use caution in the area during the traffic switch and to watch for flaggers. After the switch, motorists turning onto Coit Road from a side street or from Maus Middle School should pay special attention to the new location of stop lines and medians.

Intersection of Eldorado Parkway and Coit Road

Both traffic switches described above mean that the intersection of Eldorado and Coit will become a typical major intersection with traffic flowing on opposite sides of the median in all directions. In addition, the temporary traffic signal equipment will be removed and the permanent traffic signal will begin operating in the typical fashion for a major intersection (including the flashing yellow arrow for left-turn movements). Motorists are urged to use caution in the area as people become accustomed to the new traffic patterns.

 

 

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