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Crews will be providing concrete pavement updates to all four sections of the ramps coming on and off SR 400 at Pilgrim Mill Rd. Work is expected on all ramps at the interchange Tuesday, Sept. 7, through Saturday, Sept. 11. Intermittent lane closures on the southbound and northbound on and off ramps are expected throughout the construction periods. The work and closures are weather dependent.

Lanes on SR 400 will not be closed in any direction because of the work, but spill over traffic is possible during heavier traffic periods. Below is the anticipated schedule for the concrete pavement replacement and addition of curb and flume as well as anticipated lane closures on various ramps at Pilgrim Mill Rd.:

-          Tuesday, Sept. 7

o   Inside lane closure on the SR 400 SB on ramp

o   Inside lane closure on the SR 400 SB off ramp

-          Wednesday, Sept. 8

o   Inside lane closure on the SR 400 SB on ramp

o   Inside lane closure on the SR 400 SB off ramp

o   Right turn of NB off ramp closed

o   Right turn of NB on ramp closed

-          Thursday, Sept. 9

o   Outside lane closure on the SR 400 SB on ramp

o   Outside lane closure on the SR 400 SB off ramp 

-          Friday, Sept. 10 and Saturday, Sept. 11

o   Possible lane closures on all four ramps dependent upon additional work as needed

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