San Angelo Weekly Construction Update


Contact: Karen Threlkeld, APR

Phone: (325) 947-9205

Date: Aug. 11, 2017


Bridge Preventive Maintenance
Limits: various locations in San Angelo

  • The contractor will be repairing bridge rail for eastbound US 67/Houston Harte near Chadbourne. Expect occasional temporary ramp closures.

US 67 Sherwood Way Upgrade
Limits: Loop 306 to FM 2288

  • Southbound outside lane for US 67 (Sherwood Way from Southland to Loop 306 frontage road) will be closed for curb and gutter work.
  • Contractor will continue construction of the new island at the right turn lane from Sherwood to northbound FM 2288.
  • Southbound FM2288 will begin Paving Aug. 21
  • Contractor will begin the construction of the Center Island on Sherwood way, the center turn lane and inside lanes will be closed in both directions.

US 67/Loop 306/Houston Harte
Limits: US 87 to 0.4 mile south of Sherwood Way

  • Southbound Houston Harte Frontage Road traffic on inside (left) lane; outside lane will be closed for pavement repair. A stop sign is in place for the frontage road near the Glenna off ramp (near Sudden Link).
  • Furniture Row and Comfort Suites will be accessible from Northwest Drive.
  • All US 67 main lane traffic will be on inside (left) lanes to facilitate paving operations for east and west bound US 67, expect temporary ramp closures. On ramps yield to main lane traffic.

Tom Green County Maintenance

  • Expect lane closures for pavement repair on northbound US 87 & East Loop 306.

TxDOT urges motorists to drive with caution, obey the posted speed limit signs, and be alert for construction equipment and personnel. While TxDOT strives to inform the public about planned roadway restrictions and activities, circumstances beyond our control may occasionally cause schedule changes. We appreciate the driving public's patience as we make improvements.

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