Weekly Roadwork Scheduled for Aug. 2-8, 2020 –TxDOT Atlanta District

Weekly roadwork scheduled

ATLANTA, Texas – Weekly roadwork scheduled for the week of Aug. 2nd thru 8th

Bowie County

SH 8 – At Sulphur River, replacing bridges.

SH 93 – Between Meadow Lane and Kennedy Lane, installing sidewalks.

 

Camp County

FM 1521 – From FM 1520 to SH 11, seal coating highway.

 

Cass County

SH 8 – At Sulphur River, replacing bridges.

Harrison County

US 59 – From FM 1997 to Marion County Line, repairing and resurfacing highway. Traffic restricted to one-lane each direction.

SH 43 – From Loop 390 to Haggerty Creek, repairing and resurfacing highway.

Loop 390 – From US 59 to SH 43 North, repairing and resurfacing highway. Road closed to through-traffic, detour route is signed.

FM 1186 – From US 59 to Panola County Line, installing safety end treatments on culverts.

 

Marion County

US 59 – From 1.5 miles south of FM 2208 to Harrison County Line, repairing and resurfacing highway. Traffic restricted to one-lane each direction.

 

Morris County

SH 49 – From Titus County Line to FM 144, repairing and resurfacing highway.

 

Panola County

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

US 79 – From SH 149 to Rusk County Line, repairing and resurfacing highway.

 

Titus County

SH 49 – From FM 1735 to Morris County Line, repairing and resurfacing highway.

US 271—At FM 127 overpass, repairing concrete pavement at bridge approaches.

FM 21 – From Franklin County Line to Camp County Line, seal coating highway.

FM 1402 – From FM 71 to I-30, seal coating highway.

FM 1734 – From US 67 to US 271, seal coating highway.

 

Upshur County

US 271—From Camp County Line to 0.5 mile north of FM 2088, resurfacing highway.

FM 593 – From FM 2796 to US 271, seal coating 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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