The left lane and shoulder will be closed to allow crews to make concrete repairs.
More than $9.6 million for projects in Crosby, Hockley, and Parmer counties were among 52 statewide projects approved by the Texas Transportation Commission during their October meeting.
Crews will begin the process of switching all Loop 289 traffic onto the newly constructed southbound bridge at Quaker Avenue on Monday, October 14th.
The freeway flyover will close at 7 p.m. both nights to allow crews to safely restripe the roadway.
The public hearing is to discuss and receive input from the public on a project that will make improvements to the Marsha Sharp Freeway from Milwaukee Avenue to 82nd Street in Lubbock and Wolfforth.
The temporary closure and detour will allow for work at Jones AT&T Stadium on the Texas Tech campus to be performed.
Alcohol may have been a factor in a deadly accident in the Texas Panhandle late Monday which killed five members of popular summer musical.
The work is part of a $22.5 million project to widen the loop from four to six lanes of traffic and rebuild the Quaker/Erskine interchange.
Repairs are expected to take five to six days to complete.
Inler, also known as Farm-to-Market Road 179, will close between 34th and 50th Streets beginning Tuesday, July 30th.