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South Intersection of NW Main Street and NW Tudor Road Permanently Closed; Intersection of NW Main Street and NW Commerce Drive Re-opened to Local Traffic

South Intersection of NW Main Street and NW Tudor Road Permanently Closed; Intersection of NW Main Street and NW Commerce Drive Re-opened to Local Traffic

The south intersection of NW Main Street and NW Tudor Road has permanently closed. Access to NW Main Street and NW Commerce Drive is now only available from NW Chipman Road.

The intersection of NW Main Street and NW Commerce drive has re-opened for local traffic and emergency vehicle access. Construction will continue at this location for the extension of NW Commerce Drive from NW Main Street to NW Tudor Road.

For more information, please contact the Public Works Department at 969-1800 or publicworks@cityofls.net.

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