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Flying Out of IAH This Weekend? Leave Early...Leave Very, Very Early

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You didn't make the mistake of booking a flight out of Bush Intercontinental this weekend, did you? Well, if you did, then good luck: The Hardy Toll Road near IAH will be closed from 9 o'clock tonight through 5 a.m. Monday.

According to the Harris County Toll Road Authority, the closures are due to ongoing construction on the Hardy Toll Road. Thus it will be closed in both directions from FM 1960 to I-45 North all weekend.

Check out this release from the HCTRA and see the map below for more detail on what's affected. Best of luck, travelers.

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