Friday, January 18, 2013
Starting at 9 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 18 and continuing until 6 am on Tuesday, Jan. 22, the fast (inside) lane on Highway 17 NB will be closed between the intersection of US 17 and the Isle Of Palms Connector and the intersection of US 17 and Brickyard. The other two northbound lanes will remain open through this lane closure.
The purpose of this closure is to allow crews to start milling and repaving lanes between the Isle of Palms Connector and Brickyard Parkway. Each of the three lanes will have its own stretch of lane closures depending upon the weather for paving. This lane closure announcement is for the inside lane closest to the median. The two other northbound lanes will remain open throughout this closure.
•PLEASE ALSO NOTE THERE ARE ALSO CLOSURES FOR THE US 17/I-526 EXIT 29/HUNGRYNECK BOULEVARD INTERCHANGE HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND AND INTO NEXT WEEK
The nighttime closures of the intersection of US 17 /I-526 exit 29/ and Hungryneck Boulevard for painting continue each night from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. until Saturday, January 26 (ending at 6 a.m. on Sunday morning). The closure of this intersection detours all US 17 traffic, Hungryneck Boulevard traffic between US 17 and Venning Road, the I-526 Exit Ramp onto US 17, and the ramp from US 17 onto I-526.
Should an emergency arise during the US 17N Lane Closure between IOP and Brickyard, please feel free to contact:
Earl Longshore, Superintendent
Should an emergency arise during the US 17/I-526 Intersection Closure, please feel free to contact:
Willis Dear, Sr., Superintendent, Gulfstream Construction
1013 Hungryneck Blvd ź Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
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