DOT project shuts down part of West Lexington Ave. in Davidson County

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WALLBURG, N.C. — DOT officials say a project beginning Thursday will shut down a stretch of West Lexington Avenue in the Wallburg community of Davidson County.

Phillip Callahan with the DOT says crews will be replacing a drainage pipe across West Lexington Avenue beginning at 8:30 a.m.

The roadway will be closed between Crestline Drive and Spring Hill Church Road until the project is finished.

Callahan says if the project is not finished by the end of Thursday, work could continue into Friday.

Detour signs will be in place while the work is taking place.

Drivers can expect to take Chestnut Street to North Old Greensboro Road to Wallburg/High Point Road to get back to West Lexington Avenue.

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