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TxDOT Prepares for Traffic Study at State Highway 19 and I-30; Area Projects Listed for February 11-16, 2019

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This week TxDOT work in Hopkins County will include State Highway 19 at Interstate 30, watch for workers placing counters for an upcoming traffic study. State highway 154, from State Highway 11 to Loop 301, watch for survey crews as they begin marking locations for upcoming roadway surfacing operations.

Hillcrest/Highway 19 at I-30

In Delta County State Highway 24 expansion from Cooper southwestward towards Commerce continues. Watch for work zones and drive safely through construction areas while this roadway is being widened and improved. The inside southbound lane remains closed.

In Hunt County FM 2642 bridge/underpass project at I-30 from FM 1565 westward to the Hunt-Rockwall County line continues. Construction of bridge to route I-30 over FM2642 is in the final stages.  Please continue watching your speed while traveling through this construction area. Temporary traffic signals are in place at FM 2453 and FM 35 to aid detoured traffic. US 69 from O’Neal St. in Greenville to the intersection of US 69 and US 380 continues. Work on this paving project is finishing up. Drivers should watch for crews seeding and performing some clean-up work on the shoulders. ADA ramp construction along SH 11 in Commerce is nearing completion. Workers have completed installing ramps, sidewalks, steps, curb ramps, handrails, pedestrian push buttons and other pedestrian elements to aid the mobility of disabled citizens. Project manager will conduct a final pre-inspection for project acceptance to follow soon after.

In Rains County, SH 19 pavement project from US 69 and SH 19 south to the Van Zandt County line is winding down. Crews have completed paving operations on the project. Final striping and rumble strips will be placed soon as weather permits. Additionally, mailbox installation and metal beam finishing work at some culverts is all that remains. Be cautious when driving across intersecting streets.

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Author: Staff Reporter

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