Road Closures In The Area

Below are road closures around the SMU campus for the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library beginning Wednesday, April 24, 2013 thru Friday April 26, 2013. The Dallas Police Department will continue to post road closure updates as they become available. We are asking the public to plan their commutes accordingly and seek alternative routes to minimize traffic delays in the affected areas. The closures are in effect for the entire day unless otherwise noted in bold.

Road Closures around the SMU Campus

Wednesday, April 24 road closures
• SMU Blvd., between Airline Rd. and Central Expressway.
• University Blvd. will be closed between Hillcrest Ave. and Airline Rd. from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.
• Bishop Blvd. on the SMU campus.
Thursday, April 25 (Dedication Day) road closures
• The southbound access/service road of Central Expressway, between University Blvd. and Mockingbird Ln.
• SMU Boulevard, between Airline Rd. and Central Expressway.
• University Blvd., between Hillcrest Ave. and Airline Rd.
• Boedecker St., between Dyer St. and SMU Blvd.
• Airline Rd., between Dyer St. and Binkley Ave.
• Bush Ave., formerly Airline/Dublin.
• Bishop Blvd. on the SMU campus.

Friday, April 26 road closures are expected to continue late into the evening
• SMU Blvd., between Airline Rd. and Central Expressway.
• Bishop Blvd. on the SMU campus.

Additional Road Closures in the City of Dallas

The following closures may affect your normal travel route beginning at 6pm Wednesday, April 24, 2013 and conclude at 10am Thursday April 25, 2013. Please use the following list of street closures to plan your travel during these times and seek alternative routes to minimize traffic delays in the affected areas.

The southbound Jefferson Street viaduct crossovers will be closed.

The northbound on-ramp to the Marsalis Avenue viaduct.

The entry to Oak Farm off Marsalis Avenue north of First Street.

The U-turn at the Marsalis Avenue and Jefferson Street viaduct.

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About Darren Dattalo

Lower Greenville Crime Watch Coordinator
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