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Road closure to aid water main project

Thoroughfare shutdowns in area are likely Jan. 18-22, Midlothian PD says

Bill Spinks
Midlothian Mirror
The intersection of Kirk Road and Daisy Road will be the site of infrastructure improvements this month, the Midlothian Police Department announced last week. Traffic on Kirk Road will be detoured onto Daisy Road.

An upcoming water main replacement on Kirk Road in Midlothian will cause daily road closures from Jan. 18 through 22, the Midlothian Police Department announced this week.

During this time, traffic will be routed through Daisy Road, the department said. Workers will be onsite to allow residents access to homes in the work area.

To protect roads from damage during the project, steel plates will be in place on streets adjacent to the work area, including Lynnie Penny Lane, Clinton Lane, Lonquist Road, Kirk Road, and Daisy Road.

Bump signs will be used to alert drivers to the presence of these plates.

Message boards and signs announcing the road work and detour will be visible along the route.

This project is part of the Tarrant Regional Water District’s ongoing maintenance and upgrade to its water transmission pipelines in Midlothian.

For questions, call the Midlothian Public Works Department, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 972-775-1083.