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Long-Term Road Closure: South Road near UNC Student Stores

Post Date:05/10/2017 4:24 PM
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Detour maps available in news release body 

Update: This project is being performed by contractors for UNC-Chapel Hill, not the NC Department of Transportation.

Previously released: The NC Department of Transportation will close South Road to through traffic for utility repairs between Raleigh Street and Stadium Drive beginning May 15. The road is scheduled to reopen August 4, weather permitting.

Chapel Hill Transit will implement detours on the A, CCX, DX, FCX, FG, G, S, U and V routes on campus. Route detour information can be found at

A detour map for motor-vehicle traffic is available at; a detour map for people who use alternate forms of transportation is available at

For additional detour and project information, visit

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