Traffic Update: September 28 – October 4, 2014

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The following is from a press release sent out by the City of San Marcos:

 
 
Projects affecting San Marcos traffic September 28 – October 4, 2014
Online: sanmarcostx.gov/traffic
EDWARD GARY/HUTCHISON INTERSECTION: Intersection closed until Sept. 29, 2014 for reconstruction. Traffic will detour to the alleys adjacent to the work area as well as Guadalupe Street, LBJ Drive and CM Allen Pkwy. City of San Marcos/CIP Engineering,
512.393.8130
300-400 BLOCK CRADDOCK AVE.: Installation of new sidewalk until Sept. 30, 2014 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily. Westbound lane will be closed with detour and traffic signs present. Detour via Hughson and follow signs. City of San Marcos Transportation Dept., 512.393.8036
UNIVERSITY AT LBJ: LBJ/University intersection will have one westbound lane open on University Drive and eastbound lane closed for intersection reconstruction until Oct. 6, 2014. TxDOT/City of SanMarcos CIP/Engineering, 512.393.8130
                                                                    
                                                                           

HOPKINS AT IH-35: TxDOT is building a continuous flow intersection similar to the one at Loop 82 at I-35 involving several nighttime lane closures until the end of September. Please follow all detour and road closure signage and use caution when driving through construction zones. TxDOT, 512.282.2113
IH35 & YARRINGTON: Left and center lane of IH 35 southbound at Yarrington Road overpass will be closed Sept. 28, 2014 through Oct. 3, 2014 from 8 p.m. – 5 a.m. for concrete pouring. Hays County, 832.657.6897
EAST SAN ANTONIO STREET: Every Saturday from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Half a block of street closed from the alley to N. LBJ for the Farmers Market on the Square. Main Street Program, 512.393.8430
PERMANENT ROAD CLOSURE:
CHAMPION BLVD: Southbound freeway to Premier Parkway on Champion Blvd. will permanently close due to the Yarrington reconstruction project. Traffic will be diverted on to Premier Parkway. TxDOT, 832.657.6897
LONG TERM ROAD PROJECTS:
 
•         MOORE STREET: Moore Street is closed from Read to Holland Street until 2016 for dormitory construction. Texas State University FPDC, 512.245.2202
•         NORTH LBJ AT ACORN: Reconstruction of N LBJ will continue until Jan. 1, 2015 in conjunction with the N LBJ reconstruction project for street, sidewalk, drainage, water and wastewater improvements. Acorn Street can be accessed from Chestnut during this time period. Engineering/Capital Improvements, 512.393.8130
•         POST ROAD WATERLINE PROJECT: The Post Road Waterline Project involves closures on the southbound lane from the Blanco River toward San Marcos into October. Motorists heading south on Post Road in San Marcos will experience delays between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. daily from 2641 Post Rd. southward for a water line installation. Leave extra time and be aware of flaggers in the area. Hays County/City of San Marcos, 512.393.8235
•         NORTH LBJ: Until Spring of 2015. Reconstruction project for street, sidewalk, drainage, water and wastewater improvements. Motorists will be detoured one way northbound on LBJ from Forest to Holland Streets and will use Chestnut as a southbound route during construction. Engineering/Capital Improvements, 512.393.8130

•         323 LINDSEY STREET: Portion of parking lane on the south side of Lindsey Street will be blocked off for construction access daily through Jan. 1, 2015 starting at 7 a.m. Street will be passable for regular and emergency traffic. Skyline Commercial, 512.343.4555
•         TxDOT HUNTER ROAD (FM 2439) PROJECT: Lane closures on Hunter Road between Wonder World Drive and Bishop Street for road, bridge, drainage, bicycle and pedestrian improvements through the Fall 2015. TxDOT, 512.282.2113 or City of San Marcos CIP/ Engineering, 512.393.8130.

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