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TxDOT Kicks Off Roadway Repairs on I-635 in Irving
Contact: Michelle Releford
Phone: (214) 320-4485
Date: June 19, 2014

IRVING – A TxDOT project is kicking off for milling, full depth concrete repair and overlay on five miles of I-635 from Beltline Road to Farmer’s Branch Creek.

Construction is expected to begin this week and last through November. Most of the work will take place on weeknights in order to conduct lane closures during off peak travel hours.

The contract for the $2.9 million project was awarded to O. Trevino Construction.

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