Corinth Parkway Reopen After Year 0f Construction

Corinth Parkway Reopen After Year 0f Construction

After nearly a year of closure, the new Corinth Parkway intersection has reopen underneath I-35E. The at-grade roadway replaces the previous two-lane bridge that was first opened in the 1960s. It was demolished in February 2015 to make way for northbound and southbound interstate bridges that will pass over the intersection. AGL Constructors have demolished the Post Oak Drive bridge. That area will remain closed until a new bridge is completed later this year. Commuters are being detoured to the new Corinth Parkway interchange and Mayhill Road.


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