FIRST ALERT TRAFFIC: Road closures/lane shifts in the ArkLaTex

“Barring any complications or delays,” LaDOTD spokeswoman Erin Buchanan told KSLA News 12, the...
“Barring any complications or delays,” LaDOTD spokeswoman Erin Buchanan told KSLA News 12, the Spring Street overpass in Shreveport will be reopened to traffic sometime Aug. 22. The span has been closed since being significantly damaged in a train derailment April 24.(Source: Erin Buchanan/LaDOTD)
Published: Mar. 16, 2021 at 3:01 PM CDT|Updated: 11 hours ago

(KSLA) — Here are ongoing road closures and lane shifts in the ArkLaTex.

BIENVILLE PARISH - LOUISIANA

  • Beginning Thursday, March 31, the LA 4 bridge over drain near Friendship, approximately 0.14 miles east of LA 155 and approximately two miles west of Danville, is closed due to deficiencies found. This closure will be in effect until repairs can be made. Alternate Route: All vehicles must detour using LA 155 and LA 147.
  • Effective immediately, LA 154 just west of its intersection with LA 4 in Ringgold is closed. This closure is necessary due to a collapse in the roadway. DOTD is currently investigating the cause, and mobilizing to determine the appropriate repairs. There is no timeline on when repairs will be complete, but DOTD will issue further communication when additional information is available. Alternate Route: Detour signage will be in place. Restrictions/Permits: Total road closure at the railroad tracks. All vehicles must detour. This work will be performed weather permitting.

BOSSIER PARISH - LOUISIANA

  • Bodcau Dam Road between Ben Durden Road and Duck Dam Road is closed beginning Friday, Aug. 5 while contractors for the Corp of Engineers make repairs to washouts on the levee section of the roadway. Bodcau officials say visitors from the south may still be able to access the recreation area, and visitors from the north will be able to reach Tram Road and Duck Dam Road. Work on the road repairs is expected to take 90 days to complete. Addresses in the 1–1750 range on Bodcau Dam Road can be accessed from Highway 157/Cotton Valley Road, and ranges 1900–2800 on Bodcau Dam Road can be accessed from Highway 157/Whittington Road.
  • Beginning Monday, Aug. 1, the LA 527 bridge over Flat River will be closed. This closure is scheduled to last one week, and is necessary to allow crews to perform repairs to the bridge pilings. This bridge is located just east of the intersection with US 71 near Taylortown. Alternate Route: US 71 to LA 154 to LA 527 Permits/Restrictions: Total bridge closure. All vehicles will need to detour. This work will be performed weather permitting.
  • Beginning Monday, July 18 at 7 a.m., the I-20 E ramp to I-220 W (Exit 26 near Louisiana Downs) will be closed. This ramp closure is scheduled to be in place for approximately two months, and is necessary to allow the contractor to complete repairs to the expansion joints located on this bridge. This work is associated with the ongoing I-20/I-220 Barksdale Air Force Base Interchange Project to construct a new segment of roadway extending southward from the existing interchange and leading to a new access point to the base. To read more about the project, click here. Alternate Route: Detour signage will be in place. Restrictions/Permits: Total ramp closure. All vehicles must detour. This work will be performed weather permitting.
  • DOTD has announced a project to improve a section of LA 3 (Benton Road) in north Bossier Parish. The $6.3 million project provides concrete patching, milling and an asphalt overlay on both the northbound and southbound lanes of LA 3 from I-220 north to Kingston Road. Beginning Thursday, May 26, there will be intermittent lane closures in place as concrete patching gets underway. While efforts are already in place to minimize the inconvenience to the traveling public, traffic flow will be monitored as the project kicks off to determine if lane closure times need to be adjusted. This phase of work with intermittent lane closures will last approximately six months. The entire project is expected to wrap up early spring of 2023, with progress dependent on weather conditions. LA 3 services approximately 14,500 vehicles per day in the vicinity of Wemple Road and as many as 27,400 near Vanceville Road. Motorists should anticipate possible delays while work is underway. This work will be performed weather permitting.
  • The northbound outside lane of LA 3 (Benton Road) between US 80 and Shed Road in Bossier City is closed. This lane closure is necessary to allow for emergency maintenance work on the roadway at this location, and will remain in place until the work is complete. DOTD apologizes for any inconvenience and appreciates the public’s patience while this necessary work is underway. This work will be performed weather permitting.
  • Construction will soon begin on an extension of the Arthur Ray Teague multi-use trail, a project that will take the trail from its current terminus at the Red River Wildlife Refuge south to Parkway High School. The project is scheduled to begin Sept. 1, 2021. Funding for the more than $1.3 million southern extension will come from the Red River Waterway Commission. Included in the construction project is approximately 2.4 miles of trails.
Construction will soon begin on an extension of the Arthur Ray Teague multi-use trail, a...
Construction will soon begin on an extension of the Arthur Ray Teague multi-use trail, a project that will take the trail from its current terminus at the Red River Wildlife Refuge south to Parkway High School.(Bossier Parish Police Jury)

BOWIE COUNTY - TEXAS

  • Motorists who normally travel SH 8 at US 67 in Maud will need to find an alternate route on Sunday, Aug. 14 from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m., or until work is completed. Union Pacific Railroad plans to conduct maintenance work on their crossing at SH 8. As a result, the area will be closed to thru-traffic on this date. Passenger vehicles will be detoured via Main Street to Fincher Drive. Truck traffic will have to use alternate routes while the work is taking place. Portable message boards will be placed near the railroad crossing beforehand to warn motorists of the scheduled road closure. The construction schedule and road closure can change due to inclement weather or other unforeseen problems.
  • SH 8 from IH 30 to US 82 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • SH 8 from US 82 to FM 1840 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • FM 558 from SH 93 to 5.9 miles south of SH 93 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • FM 3165 from FM 44 to 2.3 miles west of FM 44 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • I-30 ramps at US 259 in Morris County, as well as ramps at Spur 594 and FM 2253 in Bowie County are scheduled for rehabilitation early in 2022, TxDOT says. The ramps will be widened to better accommodate heavy traffic. The project also includes pavement repair and installing edge drain to help with drainage underneath the pavement along portions of I-30 between US 259 in Morris County and FM 989 in Bowie County. Work on the project should wrap up in 2024.
  • Garden Road in Hooks is closed to thru-traffic at the 200 block until further notice. Drivers should use an alternate route. If needed, drivers should travel north on FM 1398 to Garden Road/CR 2112.
  • The Texas Department of Transportation will temporarily close a section of North Park Road under the highway bridge as part of their IH-30 construction project beginning Wednesday, July 21, 2021. This closure will be from Century Lane to 200 feet south of the bridge and will last for the entirety of bridge construction. Bridge work is expected to be completed between late October or November of 2022. TxDOT will be ensuring proper signage and detours throughout the entirety of this project.

WORK ONGOING THROUGH AUG. 13

  • I-30 – From FM 989 to Arkansas State line, widening highway. Reconstructing and widening highway. Eastbound traffic moved to the outside lanes.
  • I-30 – Westbound at Exit 207/Spur 594, ramp rehabilitation. Exit ramp closed. I-30 westbound lanes in this area restricted to one lane.
  • SH 8 – At Sulphur River, replacing bridges
  • SH 98 – At Anderson Creek, replacing bridge. All traffic restricted to one lane with signal lights controlling traffic through work zone.

CADDO PARISH - LOUISIANA

  • Beginning May 16, the bridge located on Buncombe Road in the western part of the parish will be closed to allow the Caddo Parish Public Works Department to replace the structure. The department will be replacing the bridge and conducting associated road improvements to ensure future decades of durability, safety, and access for motorists that utilize the bridge. Construction is expected to take approximately 90 days. Citizens are asked to use Highway 79 to Highway 80 to Highway 169 as an alternate route.
  • Beginning Monday, May 16, there will be intermittent lane/ramp closures at various interchanges along I-20 in Shreveport. The first intermittent lane closures will be located at the Southern Avenue/Common Street ramps. These closures are related to a project to replace overhead signage and associated equipment. At this time, this work will not affect the main travel lanes of I-20. As work progresses, additional information will be issued. This work will be performed weather permitting.

CASS COUNTY - TEXAS

  • SH 8 from 2.5 miles north of FM 995 to SH 77 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • SH 77 from 3.2 miles west of SH 8 to 0.3 miles west of FM 994 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • FM 161 from the Morris County line to FM 130 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • FM 3129 from FM 249 W to SH 77 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • A portion of US Highway 59 southwest of Atlanta is scheduled to be resurfaced in 2023. The resurfacing project will begin just south of FM 2328 North and end 1.9 miles south of FM 2328 South. The total project length is about 2.3 miles. The project will also include some improvements to the bridge rail in that section along with new pavement markings. Work is expected to begin in January of 2023 and should be completed in September of 2024.

WORK ONGOING THROUGH AUG. 13

  • SH 8 – At Sulphur River, replacing bridges
  • US 67 – Widening bridge at Jennings Slough. Signal lights controlling one-way traffic.

COLUMBIA COUNTY - ARKANSAS

  • Highway 98 will be closed to traffic just south of Highway 82 as construction crews work to replace two structures near Magnolia. Weather permitting, work will begin July 11 and is expected to last six to eight weeks. A second work project is planned north of Highway 82 at Highway 98 immediately following completion of construction on the south location. Detours are expected to be activated July 25 during construction in the area.
  • All directions of Highway 82 between Columbia Road 159 and Beech Creek will be closed beginning Nov. 12, 2021. The closure is for hydro-demolition and LMC overlay of Bridge 5213.
  • All directions of Highway 371 between Highway 82 and Columbia Road 543 will be closed beginning July 1. UPRR will be making repairs to a grade crossing. Traffic will be detoured onto city streets as signaled.
  • Highway 82 E between Highway 79 and N Columbia Road 27 will be closed beginning Sept. 28, 2020. The closure is for a notch and widening project. The right shoulder will be closed.

HARRISON COUNTY - TEXAS

  • US 80 from FM 968 to 0.4 miles east of FM 450 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • SL 281 from IH 20 to US 80 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • SL 281 from US 80 to the Gregg County line is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • FM 2879 from SH 154 to FM 449 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • A median is scheduled to be constructed near the railroad crossing at US Highway 80 and Industrial Drive this summer, according to plans approved in May by TxDOT. The project, which includes a short distance on both sides of the railroad crossing, will also include a new surface treatment and markings. Rayford’s Truck & Tractor of Marshall was awarded the contract with a bid of $309,959. Work on the project is expected to get underway in August of 2022 and should take about three months to complete. During construction, one lane of travel in each direction will be open for motorists.
  • The bridge at Little Cypress Bayou Relief is scheduled to be replaced in late summer of 2022, according to plans approved in May by TxDOT. During construction, traffic will be limited to one lane across the bridge. Temporary signal lights will control traffic. Highway 19 Construction, LLC of Sulphur Springs was awarded the contract with a bid of $4,618,853. Work is expected to begin in August and should take about 20 months to complete.
  • I-20 from US 80 to the Louisiana state line will be resurfaced. The project will also include new pavement markings. Work is scheduled to take place Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Work on the project should begin in early 2022 and wrap up around September.

WORK ONGOING THROUGH AUG. 13

  • I-20 – At US 59 overpass, replacing bridge. US 59 traffic shifted to southbound lanes.
  • I-20 – Concrete pavement repair. Various daytime lane closures; expect delays.
  • I-20 – At Lansing Switch Road, constructing new bridge over interstate. Lansing Switch Road closed to through traffic. Possible lane closures on I-20.
  • SH 43 – At Kansas City Southern Railroad in Karnack, widening bridge over railroad. Northbound lanes closed with signal lights controlling one-way traffic.
  • US 80 – From Loop 390 to I-20, resurfacing highway. Daytime lane closures; expect delays.
  • CR 2116 – At Haggerty Creek, replacing bridge. Bridge closed to thru traffic.
  • Cider Lane, Hallsville – From US 80 to Cal Young Road. Construct pedestrian ramps and shared use path. Daytime lane closures.
  • FM 3001 – At Little Cypress Bayou Relief. Replacing bridge. Daily lane closures.
  • FM 2879 – From SH 154 to FM 449, resurfacing road
  • State Loop 281 – From I-20 to US 80, resurfacing road
  • State Loop 281 – From US 80 to Gregg County line, resurfacing road
  • US 80 – From FM 968 to FM 450, resurfacing road

LAFAYETTE COUNTY - ARKANSAS

  • The eastbound outside shoulder on Highway 82 over Bodcau Creek will be closed beginning Nov. 3, 2021 for notching in of new lanes. Traffic will be controlled with the use of vertical panels.

MARION COUNTY - TEXAS

WORK ONGOING THROUGH AUG. 13

  • CR 3306 – At Mill Creek, replacing bridge. Bridge closed to thru traffic.

MILLER COUNTY - ARKANSAS

  • There will be alternating lane closures on Highway 296 between Miller County Road 147 and Woodmoor Drive beginning April 21. Lane closures will take place daily for the replacement of guardrail, approach gutters, and approach slab.
  • There will be alternating lane closures on Highway 108 between E Broad Street and Camper Lane beginning April 21. The closure is for installation of temporary signals for bridge approach gutter and guardrail replacement.

MORRIS COUNTY - TEXAS

  • US 259 from FM 338 to US 67 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • US 259 from the Lone Star N city limits to SH 11 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.

WORK ONGOING THROUGH AUG. 13

  • SH 49 – From Titus County line to FM 144, repairing and resurfacing highway

NATCHITOCHES PARISH - LOUISIANA

  • On Wednesday, July 6, construction will begin on LA 485. This work will begin after the intersection of LA 485 and Mallard Hill Road at log mile 3.212 and proceed northeast for 1.297 miles to near the intersection of LA 485 and Gooche Bayou Road at log mile 2.822 in Allen. The intent of this project is to replace existing bridges that consists of four sites with seven bridges being replaced along LA 485. The project includes removal of existing bridges, embankment, two four-barrel box culverts, five slab span bridges, guardrail, class II base course, HMA pavement, and other related work. The contractor will be required to maintain thru traffic at this time, but periodic lane closures and delays can be expected. The public is advised to remain alert to construction signs and changing roadway conditions. This contract was let on Feb. 9 and awarded to Merrick, llc of Cottonport, La. for a contract amount of $13,727,495.43. This contract allows 700 calendar days to complete the above mentioned work (fall of 2024). Permit/Detour: Thru traffic will be maintained at this time with oversize and emergency vehicles allowed passage. There will be no detour routes for this project at this time.
  • Northwestern State University is in the beginning stages of an overlay project of Sam Sibley Drive. Regional Construction has begun mobilization and placed barricades in front of the Dr. Randall J. Webb Wellness, Recreation and Activities Center and Caspari Hall. The campus community can expect workers and construction equipment from the corner of Sam Sibley Drive and Caspari down the hill to the intersection with S Jefferson at Chaplin’s Lake. The first stage of the project will include the removal of existing concrete in front of the WRAC and Caspari Hall, which will be redesigned with drainage considerations that will dictate the rest of the project. Access to the Caspari Hall parking lot and the front of Roy Hall will not be blocked. Individuals on campus should not relocate or remove barricades. The upgrades should be completed before the start of the fall semester.

Work will soon begin for Natchitoches’ FY 2021-22 Phase 1 Street Rehabilitation project. This work will consist of the construction of new base course and asphalt surfacing on the following street segments in the City of Natchitoches:

  • Amulet Street [Payne Street to Hedges Street]
  • Breda Street [Bayou Jacko to Stella Street]
  • Mayfield Street [entire length from Simmons Alley to Old Robeline Road]
  • Peninsula Drive [section between previously-overlaid sections, east of Lakefront Drive]
  • Sadia Street [entire length from South Drive to Clarence Drive]
  • Simmons Alley [entire length from Sewanne Street to Mayfield Street]
  • St. Clair Avenue [Williams Avenue to East Fifth Street]

Appurtenant work will include drainage improvements that will help to extend the service life of the new pavements to be constructed. Following a 30-day period for the fabrication and delivery of the required drainage structures, the on-site construction work is expected to begin on Sadia Street around June 1. The project is expected to take around six months to complete. While construction is ongoing, local and thru traffic will be maintained on each street segment to the maximum extent possible, although there will be short periods when some street segments will be closed temporarily for certain phases of construction, at which time through traffic will detour around the work sites via adjacent city streets.

PANOLA COUNTY - TEXAS

  • US 59 from FM 999 to the Shelby County line is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • FM 1970 from SH 315 to FM 2260 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • FM 1186 from FM 1794 W to US 79 is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.
  • FM 1251 from FM 124 to the Rusk County line is scheduled to receive new surfaces starting in mid-July. The contractor will seal coat the highway. Seal coating a highway is a cost-effective process that preserves the pavement structure and improves skid resistance. The process involves placing a layer of hot asphalt over the old pavement and then covering it with crushed stone. The project is expected to be completed in one month.

WORK ONGOING THROUGH AUG. 13

  • US 59 (Loop) – From Business 59 North of Carthage to US 79 East, rehabilitating highway. Traffic shifted to outside lanes on US 59 and BU 59. Loop EB exit ramp closed, WB entrance ramp open.
  • CR 224 – At Irons Bayou, replacing bridge. Bridge closed to thru traffic.
  • US 59 – From Harrison County line to Loop 149, installing safety barrier cable. Daily lane closures.
  • FM 1251 – From FM 124 to Rusk County line, resurfacing road
  • FM 1970 – From SH 315 to FM 2260, resurfacing road

RED RIVER PARISH - LOUISIANA

  • Beginning Monday, Aug. 15 at 8 a.m., the LA 783 bridge over Bayou Chicot will be closed. This bridge closure is scheduled to take place for two weeks, and is necessary for DOTD crews to perform bridge maintenance. This bridge is located approximately 5.2 miles north of the intersection of LA 783 and US 71. Alternate Route: Detour signage will be in place. Permits/Restrictions: Total bridge closure. All vehicles will need to detour. This work will be performed weather permitting.

SEVIER COUNTY - ARKANSAS

  • All directions of Highway 41 (alternating) between Riverview Drive and E Collin Raye Drive will be closed beginning May 23. The closure will be from sunrise to sunset Monday through Saturday. The closure is necessary for milling and inlaying.
  • All directions of Highway 70 from E Stilwell Avenue to E Collin Raye Drive will be closed beginning June 20. The closure will be from sunrise to sunset Monday through Saturday. The closure is necessary for milling and overlaying.

TITUS COUNTY - TEXAS

  • Four bridges on Highway 271 will be replaced early in 2022, including those over Dickson Creek, Big Slough Creek, White Oak Creek, and White Oak Creek Relief. The new bridges will include two lanes in each direction, with a median and shoulders. The impact to traffic during construction should be minimal. Work on the project should begin in February of 2022 and take about three years to complete.

WORK ONGOING THROUGH AUG. 13

  • SH 49 – From FM 1735 to Morris County line, repairing and resurfacing highway
  • SH 49 – From Bus. 271 to Mount Pleasant city limits, repairing and resurfacing highway
  • US 271 – At Dickson Creek, Big Slough Creek, White Oak Creek, and White Oak Creek Relief. Replacing bridges.

WEBSTER PARISH - LOUISIANA

  • Starting Monday, July 25, the bridge just south of the railroad tracks on Peachtree Road (near the 1700 block) in Dubberly will be closed for bridge replacement. This will be a complete closure. The estimated time of completion for the contract is five months. This is north of Harveys Barber Shop Road. Local traffic should detour using Harveys Barber Shop Road to Stuckey Road.
  • Beginning Friday, June 18, 2021, the LA 160 bridge over Dorcheat Bayou near Cotton Valley will be closed. This closure is necessary due to the condition of the bridge, and will remain in place until a construction project can be developed to replace the bridge. This bridge is located approximately 4.8 miles east of US 371. DOTD reminds motorists that it is unlawful and extremely unsafe to drive around “road closed” barricades at any time for any reason. Alternate Route: Total bridge closure. All vehicles must detour using US 371, LA 2, and LA 159. This work will be performed weather permitting.

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