Closures Planned for Concrete Repair Work in Forsyth County

WINSTON-SALEM – N.C. Department of Transportation contractors must close several ramps and loops in and around I-40 Eastbound in Winston-Salem over the next two weeks while they replace and rehabilitate concrete along heavily traveled portions of roadway.

Pavement repairs will take place starting tonight, until work is complete weather permitting on Monday, Oct. 23.

  • The Silas Creek Parkway ramp to I-40 eastbound will close nightly from 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, through Friday, Oct. 20, and will completely close from Friday, Oct. 20, until Monday, Oct. 23. Drivers will detour using Peters Creek Parkway.
  • Exit ramp 107a from U.S. 52 northbound to I-40 eastbound will close nightly from 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, through Friday, Oct. 20, and will completely close from Friday, Oct. 20, until Monday, Oct. 23. Drivers will detour using Exit 107b, Silas Creek Parkway and Peters Creek Parkway.
  • Exit ramp 107a from U.S. 52 southbound to I-40 eastbound will close nightly from 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, through Friday, Oct. 20, and will completely close from Friday, Oct. 20, until Monday, Oct. 23. Drivers will detour using Clemmonsville Road.
  • Exit ramp 193a from I-40 eastbound to U.S. 52 southbound to will close nightly from 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, through Friday, Oct. 20, and will completely close from Friday, Oct. 20, until Monday, Oct. 23. Drivers will detour using Clemmonsville Road, I-40 westbound.
  • Lanes along I-40 eastbound and westbound between mile markers 193 and 195 will close nightly from 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, through Friday, Oct. 20, and will close continually from Friday, Oct. 20, until Monday, Oct. 23.

“This work is necessary to improve the condition of these roads and, ultimately, the driver experience through the City of Winston-Salem,” said Division Nine Engineer Pat Ivey.

Transportation officials remind motorists to watch signs for construction information, stay alert and obey the posted speed limit when traveling through work zones.

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