FAYETTEVILLE, North Carolina (WTVD) --It's going to be a rush-hour headache for motorists.
It's not a big stretch of road, but it's a busy one -- the eastbound part of Bragg Boulevard, from West Rowan Street to Rowan Street will be closed beginning Monday.
It isn't expected to reopen until sometime in mid-June.
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A lot of traffic flows between those two stop lights. The NC DOT is closing this section while crews install a new sewer line.
It's all part of the huge construction project to build a new Rowan Street bridge, and a roundabout gateway to Bragg Boulevard and Murchison Road.
Only a couple of businesses will be affected, but drivers say it's going to be a real pain.
"It's going to be a huge disruption," said motorist Jerry Crutch. "We are going to hate to see it closed."
"It will be a little bit of a pain, but hey, a month ain't bad," said driver David Soles.
Detour signs will redirect drivers to MLK Drive or Ramsey Street.
Those signs are scheduled to go up next Monday.
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