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Bridge closure part of updating bypass


Ennis Daily News photo by Nick Todaro / Reworking the intersection of Ennis Parkway and the access road to Bluebonnet Park is requiring a closure of the bridge across the U.S. 287 Bypass. The contractor expects the shutdown to last three weeks.

Ennis Daily News photo by Nick Todaro / Reworking the intersection of Ennis Parkway and the access road to Bluebonnet Park is requiring a closure of the bridge across the U.S. 287 Bypass. The contractor expects the shutdown to last three weeks.

Nick Todaro[email protected]

As work continues on the U.S. 287 Bypass project, contractor Anderson Columbia has shut down the Ennis Parkway bridge over the bypass for construction.

The shutdown, which began Thursday, is necessary for the removal of existing pavement and re-grading of the intersection of Ennis Parkway and the Bluebonnet Park access road, said Anderson Columbia’s Conrad Johnson.

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