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City of Midland Traffic Alert

Posted on: June 10, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Traffic alerts and lane closures

Drainage Improvements:

The city is continuing drainage improvements in the north alley of the 5000 block of Rainbow Circle. The alley will be closed the remainder of the project.

The city is making drainage improvements at the intersection of W. Missouri Ave. and S. K Street. During the project K Street will be closed at W. Missouri Ave.

Briarwood Avenue Paving Project:

The contractor will be installing curb and gutter and base material along Holiday Hill Road. Lanes will be narrowed and the speed limit will be reduced to 35 mph. The traveling public is warned to be cautious while traveling on Briarwood Avenue between Avalon Road and Holiday Hill Road.

Fairgrounds Road Widening Project:

The contractor working for TxDOT on the Fairgrounds Road Widening Project has opened Fairgrounds Road to two-way traffic from Wadley Avenue to Loop 250. Traffic will be constrained to one-way operations from Pecan Avenue to Wadley Avenue.

Utility Extension Program:

The contractor will also be performing work in the area of Fairgrounds Road from the intersection with Pine Avenue and extending north to the intersection with Cynthia Avenue. During construction, there may be temporary lane closures Pine Avenue and Cynthia Avenue.

The contractor will also be performing work in the area of Kentucky Avenue from Stonewall Street to Benton Street. During construction part or all of Kentucky Avenue and its intersections with Stonewall Street, Webster Street, and Benton Street may be closed and traffic directed around the work zone.

TxDOT: I-20 Project will reconfigure ramps serving West Loop 250:

A project to reconfigure Interstate 20 ramps that service West Loop 250 and rebuild frontage roads is underway. The nearly year-long project will have several traffic pattern changes during the course of construction. The speed limit in the 1.4-mile area will be reduced to 55 miles per hour. Concrete traffic barriers will be in place in part of the work zone to help protect work crews. All lanes will be open for the majority of the project.

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