Fiscal Year 2015 Mill/Overlay Project:
The contractor working for the City of Midland will continue the Fiscal Year 2015 Mill/Overlay Project the week of November 2, 2015 at Wadley Avenue between Big Spring Street and Lamesa Road and Scharbauer Drive between Lamesa Road and Fairgrounds Road. During the project, lane closures will be used at Wadley Avenue and Scharbauer Drive and curb side parking will be prohibited.
Utility Extension Program:
The contractor working for the City of Midland on the 2014 Utility Extension Program project will be performing work in the area of Carrizo Street from Wall Street to Illinois Avenue, including the intersections at Wall Street, Texas Avenue, and Illinois Avenue. During construction several intersections and sections of streets may be reduced to one lane or closed at these locations.
Douglas Avenue & D Street Paving & Drainage Improvement Project:
The Contractor continues to work along Douglas Ave and D Street at each street intersection. These areas remain closed to thru-traffic until further notice. The Cuthbert and D Street intersection is now open.
Midkiff Road to Horseshoe Arena Waterline Extension Project:
The contractor working for the City of Midland on the Midkiff Road to Horseshoe Arena Waterline Extension Project will be performing work in the area of S. Midkiff Road, Ottis Road, and S. Garfield Street. During construction several intersections and sections of streets may be reduced by one or more lanes or closed. The affected areas will include S. Midkiff Road from Industrial Avenue to just north of the I-20 overpass, Ottis Road from S. Midkiff Road to W. Industrial Loop, and a small section of S. Garfield Street at the main Horseshoe Arena entrance north of I-20.
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 scheduled to start later this month. 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.
Traffic Signal Installation on FM 1788:
A project to install traffic signals on FM 1788 just north and south of Business Interstate 20 in Midland County will start later this month. Traffic signals will be put in at both Younger Road and County Road 127. Lanes will be kept open as much as possible, but delays and detours will happen at times. Both traffic signals will include arrows for left turn lanes. Work will be done simultaneously at both locations.