Interstate ramp closures set in Omaha area - Omaha.com
Published Monday, January 6, 2014 at 4:27 am / Updated at 4:28 am
Interstate ramp closures set in Omaha area

Construction work in Omaha will require several ramp closures around Interstates 80 and 680 in Omaha.

The Pacific Street entrance ramp to northbound Interstate 680 was close from Monday at 9 a.m. until late April. The Department of Roads said the closure was needed for a bridge-widening project at the Papio Creek.

Other closures are set for Wednesday through Thursday, from 2 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. These closures involve westbound Interstate 80 at the intersection of I-480 and U.S. Highway 75. The southbound I-480 ramp will close in that time period, as will the northbound Highway 75 ramp.

Crews will be removing signs.

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