Capital Projects

Capital Projects

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Updates

I-35W Construction Closures and Detours

Construction on I-35W from I-30 to US 287 is in full swing. Capacity improvements span 18 miles and include a section of highway that is ranked as the state's eighth most congested roadway. Know the closures and detours before you get in the car.

Other Projects

North Beach Street (Active through July 30, 2016)
Gas line conflict causes North Beach Street paving work delay. Atmos Energy will relocate the gas line on North Beach Street from Loop 820 to Fossil Creek Boulevard. Work is expected to begin June 30 and be completed by July 31. The gas line relocation is causing a delay in the paving work performed by the City's contractor. Paving work on North Beach Street will resume after the gas line relocation is complete.

Norwood Drive (Active through July 4, 2016)
Construction is scheduled for completion August 2016. Intersection and signal improvements are in the final stages on Trinity Boulevard. The utility pole at SH-10 was moved last week, which means the intersection improvements can proceed. These improvements will be made over the next six weeks.

Precinct Line Road Closures (Active through July 25, 2016)
The Texas Department of Transportation's contractor is closing Precinct Line Road from Trinity Boulevard to Concho Trail from July 11 to July 18. A second closure will take place July 18 to July 25 from SH-10 to Trinity Boulevard. Detour signs directing traffic will be in place throughout the closures.l

Precinct Line Road from SH-10 to Concho Trail (Active through July 4, 2016)
Construction is 75 percent complete. Roadway closures are expected June 21 to June 30 so the contractor can do paving work. Bridge construction at Precinct Line Road and Trinity Boulevard will continue during the month of June. Project completion is scheduled for August 2016.

Trinity Boulevard Bridge & Drainage Improvements (Active through July 4, 2016)
The final phase of lane closures has traffic on the outside lanes allowing replacement of the median east of the bridge. After the rain stops and the median site dried out, an asphalt base can be placed. Construction on the median should last approximately 15 - 20 days. Traffic can then be restored to all four lanes. Project completion remains on schedule for June 2016.

Bond Projects

Visit the bond website to learn more about projects selected as part of the 2014 bond program.