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Lane shifts coming at Woodmen and Union

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Lane shifts are coming to the intersection of Woodmen Road and Union Boulevard as work continues in and around the intersection.

Starting at 8:00 p.m. Thursday night and wrapping up on Friday morning at 5:00 a.m. Drivers are asked to avoid the intersection during this work because Woodmen and Union will both be temporarily reduced to one lane in each direction while crews adjust the traffic signals and stripe the roads.

There will be police officers and construction crew on scene to help direct traffic. To avoid the closure, Briargate Blvd. and Dublin Blvd. to the north and south will work as well as Academy Blvd. and Lextington and Rangewood to the west and east.

According to a news release, after the work, Woodmen Road traffic will be located 50 feet south of its current location. Two lanes of traffic on Woodmen Road and Union Boulevard will be open in each direction. This alignment is expected to remain in place until late November.

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