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Several roads in Bartlett will be closed for railroad maintenance starting Tuesday | Here's where you can expect to see delays

The City of Bartlett said the project to replace railroad crossings will see road closures phased in from the south side of the city to the north.

BARTLETT, Tenn. — The City of Bartlett announced Monday that maintenance on railroad crossings will begin earlier than expected, starting Tuesday, May 17, at the Ferguson Road crossing.

Bartlett received updated information saying CSX Railroad crews will begin work Tuesday, and will be working Monday to Thursday, 10 hours a day, to replace track and re-pave crossings.

The city said this maintenance will require the following road closures at these crossings and surrounding areas:

  • Raleigh Lagrange Road
  • Ferguson Road
  • Yale Road
  • St Elmo Road 
  • Oak Road
  • Centralia Road
  • Brunswick Road

The project will begin at the Memphis CSX railyard and extend north across the city ending at Brunswick Road. 

City officials expect crossings to be closed for at least four days at a time, and the project will last four to five weeks in total.

Bartlett said all crossings will not be closed at the same time, but should be phased in from the south side of the city to the north. Detour signage will be available where possible. 

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