Contact: Jennifer Wright

Phone: (915) 790-4340

Date: Sept. 6, 2019


Mall Braided Ramps Project

Sunday, Sept. 08 through Friday, Sept. 13

9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

  • I-10 westbound complete lane closure between Hawkins Boulevard to Airway Boulevard
  • Crews will be removing permanent concrete barrier from median

Until further notice

  • Gateway East Boulevard alternating lane closures between Airway Boulevard and Hawkins Boulevard
  • Gateway West Boulevard west alternating lane closures between Viscount Boulevard and Hawkins Boulevard

Loop 375 Frontage Road Project

Tuesday, Sept. 03 - Until further notice

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Americas Avenue southbound alternating lane closures between North Loop Drive and Zaragoza Road
  • Americas Avenue northbound alternating lane closures between Americas Avenue and Socorro Road
  • Loop 375 southbound complete closure at Socorro Road entrance ramp (no longer in use)
  • Closure is necessary for construction of new Pan American Drive exit ramp

Zaragoza/Montwood Improvement Project

Until further notice

  • Joe Battle and Zaragoza intersection southbound to northbound turnaround closure
  • Closure is necessary for construction of new retaining wall

RM 652 Full Rehabilitation Project

Wednesday, Sept. 04 through Wednesday, Oct. 23

7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (continuous closure)

  • RM 652 continuous right lane closure 8.36 miles east of FM 3541 to Reeves County Line
  • Continuous 2-way traffic, 1-lane work zone requiring traffic to be alternating onto one lane and controlled by Temporary Traffic Signals with a 14’ vertical clearance
  • Closure is necessary for the construction of new roadway consisting of full depth rehabilitation

FM 3541 Rehabilitation Project

Monday, Sept. 09 through Thursday, Aug. 06, 2020

7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (continuous closure)

  • FM3541 southbound  and northbound right lane closure 5 miles south of FM 652
  • Closure is necessary for rehabilitation of roadway consisting of cement treated base, hot mix asphaltic concrete, signing and pavement markings

Please follow the detour signs in place on all projects.  All work is dependent upon weather conditions.

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