Road Construction Projects Update in Abilene for the Week of October 27-31
From repaving loop 322, to several other projects, there is quite a bit of construction going on in Abilene right now. Here’s a list of projects that Texas Department of Transportation have announced for the week of October 27-31.
- FM 707 and Hwy 83 Traffic Advisory: Starting Tuesday, 10/28, drivers should expect delays at FM 707 and the east US 83 frontage road as crews will be working on striping and signal activation. Work is expected to last for a few weeks. Drivers are encouraged to seek alternate routes if possible.
- Resurfacing I-20 West of Abilene: A 13 mile stretch of I-20 from the Nolan County line to Wells Lane is being resurfaced. Project is 60% complete.
- Pine Street Access Roads: Construction of freeway ramps continues near Pine Street. Project is 97% complete.
- I-20 and Rainy Creek Bridge: Work continues to replace a bridge. Project is 88% complete.
- Canyon Rock Construction: Work continues from Canyon Rock to Iberis Road on frontage roads. Project is 64% complete.
- FM 613 Road: From FM 89 near Buffalo Gap to west of highway 83 in Tuscola, work continues to widen and rehabilitate roadway.
- Loop 322 Road Construction: Work continues on Loop 322 from Lytle Creek to Maple Street to move on and off ramps and repave and mark frontage roads.
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