The $1 million dollar project that will make roadway improvements to a segment of West 19th Street is set to begin Monday, April 14 and end mid-May 2014.
Crews will be widening Milwaukee as part of the MSF project, which will allow them to extend the northbound dedicated right-turn lane to help improve traffic flow.
District 1 Councilman Victor Hernandez and District 2 Councilman Floyd Price are inviting the public to a meeting regarding proposed safety improvements at certain locations along Avenue Q between 19th and 50th Streets.
The closure is to allow Haydon Construction to pour bridge deck for the new Spur 327 bridge at Milwaukee Avenue.
Phase 1 concluded in 2010, with TxDOT determining that a four-lane divided highway was feasible in the area by 2030.
The project to re-plank the railroad crossing located just north of Seagraves will continue through Monday, February 3rd.
Could an outer highway loop be in Lubbock’s traffic commuter’s future?
That’s what TxDOT engineers will discuss at a public meeting next week.
The discussion will focus on possible, long range plans for a Lubbock outer route
TxDOT says that the closures are necessary to allow crews to place pre-cast concrete deck panels for the new Spur 327 overpass at Milwaukee Avenue.
Crews have prepared trucks and equipment that apply anti-icing and deicing materials to bridges, overpasses, and areas such as canyon upgrades, downgrades, curves, and major intersections.
The closure will begin at 9 a.m. Friday, November 22nd. It will allow crews to safely set barricades for road work that will begin after the Thanksgiving holiday.