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Wesley Chapel road work to affect commutes through Aug. 15

WESLEY CHAPEL — Boyette Road will be closed from State Road 54 to a half-mile north at the S-curve through Aug. 15. Local traffic will be able to access Boyette Road during the closing; however, cars will be unable to travel north of the S-curve. All traffic traveling south on Boyette Road will detour onto Curley Road and Old Pasco Road to access SR. 54. The detour will allow construction of the new T-intersection at the S-curve, which is the first phase of construction for the new Boyette Road Extension.

Wesley Chapel road work to affect commutes through Aug. 15 07/19/10 [Last modified: Monday, July 19, 2010 12:13pm]
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