Released by The Texas Department of Transportation:
Spot repair operations continue on I-20 in Smith County at various entrance and exits ramps, including at FM 757, and the mainlanes as well. Expect lane closures at all work locations. Once completed, operations move to Van Zandt County.
Motorists can expect lane closures to start the week as work continues on the inlets on southbound US 69/S Broadway Ave. in Tyler. Traffic impacts will occur as the contractor prepares for concrete work at the inlet on US 69/S Broadway Ave. at Chimney Rock Road, closing the outside lane. Inlet work will also occur at Cumberland Road requiring the closure of the right turn lane. The closures will be in place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday and Tuesday.
Closures are planned for Spur 248 in Tyler on Wednesday when hot mix is applied to the existing shoulders between SH 64 and FM 848. Law enforcement will be directing traffic around this work. Other work is ongoing in the eastbound lanes.
Longview Maintenance plans to continue mill and inlay work on SH 300 at the intersection of HG Mosley and then moving to the section between Loop 281 and US 80. Expect various lane closures and delays with flaggers providing traffic control.
US 80 Widening in Gladewater
Phase I work is underway on the eastbound side of the roadway with eastbound traffic reduced to one lane. The project consists of widening US 80 to have a final configuration of four through lanes and a left turn lane from Loop 485 to Locker Plant Road. Work includes earthwork, base and surface work, storm sewer, concrete curb and gutter, safety improvements, and upgrading signage and pavement markings. Motorists can expect delays and lane closures during this work.
The contractor will be laying a hot mix surface. Expect lane closures and brief delays with flaggers and a pilot car providing traffic control.
Work continues to extend drainage cross-structures with no impacts to traffic.
Structure work will continue at Horsley Creek. The contractor also plans to place the prime course on the roadway. Expect daily lane closures with flaggers and a pilot vehicle providing traffic control.
SH 182, etc., Safety Treating
The contractor continues driveway repairs and vegetative watering. No traffic impacts are expected. The project includes resetting driveway pipe, cross culvert extensions, guardrail and various other improvements. The contractor is working on FM 2869 moving southward from FM 2088 to SH 154.