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Dallas will shut down Mockingbird Lane for pedestrian bridge

Dallas will shut down Mockingbird Lane for pedestrian bridge

Mockingbird walkway
How the pedestrian bridge over Mockingbird Lane will look, one day. Courtesy photo

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and street services director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirdwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirdwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirdwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirdwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirdwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbirwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbiwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane and shoppers at Mockingbwill want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said in February that he believed the delays were retaliatory against him and his predecessor, former Council member Angela Hunt.

But by golly, they're moving forward now. Mobility and Street Services Director Rick Galceran says the current activity will take about a week.

"The second and third towers will be installed on the north side of Mockingbird in a week or so, paving the way for the bridge structure to begin to take shape," he says.

Motorists who use Mockingbird Lane will want to keep an eye out since the road is going to be temporarily shut down for a night. The good news is, the temporary closure will enable completion of the long-awaited Katy Trail pedestrian bridge.

On Thursday April 20, from 9 pm, to Friday April 21 at 5 am, eastbound lanes of Mockingbird Lane east of Central Expressway will be closed and drivers will face detours as construction continues on the Katy Trail Pedestrian Bridge.

Drivers will be detoured along the northbound Central Expressway access road, and make a big loop: east on Lovers Lane, to southbound Greenville Avenue, and back to Mockingbird Lane.

The closure is to enable contractors to install the first of three tower supports south of Mockingbird Lane and east of Central Expressway.

This is the cantilever suspension bridge that will extend from the back of the Highland Dallas hotel and over Mockingbird Lane to Mockingbird Station, allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to cross Mockingbird Lane without taking their lives in their own hands.

The bridge was originally planned to be complete by 2011. Groundbreaking didn't happen until 2013. According to CBS, 15 people have been struck by vehicles trying to cross Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway, and two men were killed, including film blogger Gary Murray.

The city claims that the delays were due to design issues; City Council member Philip Kingston said