Weekly Roadwork Report – TxDOT Atlanta District

Weekly Roadwork scheduled for the week of December 23rd 2018 thru January 5th 2019

Note: Due to the Christmas and New Year holidays, this report covers two weeks. Most projects will be shut down between the two dates and lane closures will be limited to better accommodate holiday traffic.

Cass County

FM 3129 – From US 59 to SH 77, upgrading guard rails and adding safety features to drainage structures.

SH 11 – From Morris County Line to FM 130, upgrading guard rails.

 

Bowie County

US 259 – At Red River north of De Kalb, constructing new bridge.

US 67 – From FM 989 to FM 2148 North, resurfacing highway.

 

Camp County

None

 

Harrison County

Loop 281– at I-20 overpass, conducting preventative maintenance work on overpass.

I-20 – at the Louisiana State Line, LaDOTD is conducting a bridge widening project just across the state line. Expect delays and watch for stopped traffic.

 

Marion County

None

 

Morris County

US 259 – From I-30 to FM 557, upgrading guard rails, repairing pavement and resurfacing highway.

 

Panola County

SH 149 – At SH 315, constructing overpass and widening highway.

US 59 – From Harrison County Line to FM 2792, upgrading guard rails, repairing pavement and resurfacing highway.

FM 699 – At FM 2517, reconstructing intersection. FM 699 North is back open at intersection.

 

Titus County

US 271 – From end of freeway section of US 271 to 0.3 mile south of FM 3417, extending freeway lanes and constructing overpass at FM 3417.

US 271 – At Ripley Creek and Ripley Creek Relief, replacing bridges.

 

Upshur County

US 271– From SH 155 South to FM 726, upgrading guard rails, repairing pavement and resurfacing highway.

 

Editor’s note: This is a schedule of work being planned for the dates noted above. Weather conditions and unforeseen problems can cause delays or cancelation of work. For more information about construction projects, contact Marcus Sandifer, Public Information Officer, TxDOT Atlanta District, 903-799-1306, marcus.sandifer@txdot.gov.

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