TxDOT plans to close the entire intersection at Bandera Road and Loop 1604 beginning at 9 p.m. Friday. It’s set to reopen early Monday morning.
Helotes residents expressed their concerns Monday about the safety of an intersection near Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church.
When the weather clears and the closure is rescheduled, the detour plan will remain the same, officials say.
New markings on South Alamo between César Chávez and Pereida are part of a project involving street surface upgrades and the addition of 5-foot-wide bike lanes.
It’s part of a project involving street surface upgrades and the addition of 5-foot-wide bike lanes between Pereida and South St. Mary’s Street.
The highway work is part of a multi-year project meant to alleviate traffic congestion and improve safety in the busy 281 transit corridor.
For now, the far right-hand lanes of Wurzback Parkway at the bridge construction site will remain closed in each direction 9 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays.
To promote safe driving in a memorable way, TxDOT got creative last summer and formed a committee to think up catchy slogans for its digital signs.
The Texas Department of Transportation is asking the public to weigh in on a plan aimed at informing transportation across the state through 2050.
One of the Texas Transportation Commissions’ projects aims to reduce traffic congestion on U.S. Highway 281 North between Loop 1604 and the Comal County line.
Interstate 35 could one day have whole lanes dedicated to driverless cars after San Antonio’s transportation policy board voted to support such use.