Listen: Melissa Road, Randy Fuller, George Nielsen discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. And a seven thirty eight you can expect some of the usual heavier volumes. Ed, driving out of Hutchins. Northbound Forty-five starting to see some slowing approaching I twenty modern traffic from Illinois avenue on up to the 175 merge. Let's head over to John Wolf looking at the drive out of oak cliff. Northbound thirty-five only really rough as you make your way through that thirty five e sixty seven split emerge actually in that direction. It's real heavy on that on rim. Getting on a piece also hearing the problem westbound twenty around mountain creek in Lewisville down Dallas, southbound thirty five slow now a little bit from George Bush down to valley view, but the rest of the way into downtown looks good northbound side a little heavy from thirty on up to Wycliffe now. And it's an accident and Fort Worth going to slow you down. Randy fuller has the details. One eighty three aim and Carter the accidents in the left lane. Currently it's backed up to industrial east Arlington northbound three sixty sluggish now from twenty to trinity in Fort Worth and Arlington. Westbound twenty green. Oaks, there's a stall sitting on the left shoulder causing a little bit of a delay. And we've also got some slow traffic along seventy five heading south a lot of it's pretty typical for this time of the morning moderate to heavy through plano and Richardson, and then at the six thirty five entertained now, we do have this construction out in Melissa beginning at noon tomorrow north and southbound seventy five schedule shut down both directions between four fifty five west white and Melissa road for roadwork expected to wrap up by seven o'clock on Sunday morning, all of that was originally scheduled to begin tonight. But again, it's been moved from Saturday night to Sunday again seventy-five shutting down between four fifty five and Melissa road. I'm George Nielsen. Your next report seven forty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen.."