Every effort has been made to provide the latest information about street closures around Levitt Pavilion Arlington. You also can click on the Abram Street Rebuild for information.
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As of Nov. 26
Updates are subject to changes due to weather and schedule. Below are current and anticipated traffic impacts for the area around the Levitt Pavilion.
Abram Street between Cooper and Pecan
- The westbound side of Abram Street between Cooper and Pecan is closed with traffic shifted to the eastbound side.
Abram Street between Cooper and Oak
- The outside lanes of Abram Street between Cooper and Oak are reopened. Traffic has been moved to these lanes so that work can be done on the inside lanes until further notice.
Abram Street between Collins and Mary
- The eastbound and westbound lanes of Abram Street between Collins and Mary streets have shifted to two lanes on the south side of Abram. The traffic lanes are open between Collins and the Levitt.
Pecan Street between Abram and Main
- Pecan Street is closed between Abram and Main until Dec. 31 to install new sewer main lines and improve the storm water drainage system as part of the Abram Street rebuild. Visitors can still access the parking lot between Pecan and Oak streets from Oak Street.
Cooper Street between UTA Boulevard and Main Street
- The outside lane of northbound Cooper Street is closed north of UTA Boulevard to Main Street to install a new water line infrastructure. This closure does not affect southbound traffic. This closure is scheduled to last until December 24.
Getting around Downtown
Free parking is available throughout Downtown, including in the public lot west of City Hall, in the 101 Center Parking garage, along Front Street, and in the new reverse-angle parking spaces along Abram, Center and Mesquite streets. Abram Street will be open to two-way traffic throughout its two-year redevelopment.