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Monday, April 30

This week's construction-related closures

I-10 – Fair Oaks Ranch
  • Monday, April 30 at 9 a.m. until Friday, May 25 at 5 a.m. Westbound frontage road west of Old Fredericksburg Road. All lanes will close while crews rebuild the intersection. Traffic will follow the posted detour route.
I-10 – Leon Springs
  • Friday, May 4 at 9 p.m. until Monday, May 7 at 5 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, at Camp Bullis. All lanes will close while crews set bridge support beams. Traffic will exit Camp Bullis, continue along the frontage road and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp.
I-35 – Schertz
  • Current and continuous until October 2018. Frontage roads, both directions, at FM 1103. One lane will close while crews replace the FM 1103 overpass bridge.
  • Current until Friday, May 4. 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, at FM 1103. Alternating lanes, two at a time, will close while crews set bridge deck panels overhead.
I-35 – Northeast San Antonio
  • Tuesday, May 1. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Southbound exit ramp to Eisenhauer Road. The ramp will close while crews repair crash cushions. Traffic will take the next exit and turn around to reach its destination.
I-35 – East San Antonio
  • Tuesday-Thursday, May 1-3. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily. Northbound main lanes between Pine Street and George Beach. The left lane will close while crews work on drain inlets.
I-410 – North San Antonio
  • Current until Friday, May 4. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Eastbound frontage road between Harry Wurzbach and Perrin Beitel roads. Alternating lanes will close while crews resurface the road.
I-410 – Northwest San Antonio
  • Tuesday-Thursday, May 1-3. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Southbound main lanes between Military Drive and Hwy 151. All lanes will close while crews move barrier. Traffic will exit Military Drive, travel through the intersections and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp.
  • Tuesday-Friday, May 1-4. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Northbound main lanes between Marbach Road and Military Drive. All lanes will close while crews move barrier. Traffic will exit Hwy 151, move through the intersections and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp.
  • Thursday, May 3 at 9 p.m. until Friday, May 4 at 5 a.m. Southbound exit ramp to Military Drive. The ramp will close while crews do bridge work. Traffic will exit Culebra Road to reach Military Drive and eastbound Hwy 151.
  • Sunday-Friday, May 6-11. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, between Culebra Road and Military Drive. The left two lanes will close while crews work on overhead sign supports.
I-410 – West San Antonio
  • Current and continuous until December 2018. Turnarounds, both directions, at Marbach Road. The turnarounds will remain closed while crews construct the new Marbach overpass bridge. Traffic will use the signalized intersection.
  • Current and continuous until December 2018. Northbound exit ramp to Marbach. The ramp will remain closed while crews reconstruct the road. Traffic will exit US Hwy 90 and continue along the frontage road to reach its destination.
  • Tuesday, May 1 at 8 p.m. until Wednesday, May 2 at 5 a.m. Main lanes and frontage roads, both directions, at US Hwy 90. All lanes will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will follow the posted detour route to reach its destination.
  • Wednesday-Friday, May 2-4. 8 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, at US Hwy 90. All lanes will close while crews pour concrete overhead. Traffic will exit US Hwy 90, continue along the frontage road and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp.
U.S. Hwy 90A – Seguin
  • Current until Friday, May 18. 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. daily, weekdays only. Main lanes, both directions, between Geronimo Creek and Dowdy Road. Alternating lanes will close while crews resurface the road. One-way traffic will be controlled by flaggers or off-duty police.
U.S. Hwy 90 – West San Antonio
  • Wednesday, May 2 at 9 p.m. until Thursday, May 3 at 5 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, between I-410 and Military Drive. All lanes will close while crews set bridge support beams overhead. Traffic will exit the highway, follow the frontage road and re-enter the main lanes at the next available ramp.
  • Wednesday-Friday, May 2-4. 8 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Westbound frontage road between I-410 and Horal Drive. All lanes will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will follow the posted detour route.
U.S. Hwy 281 – Far North San Antonio
  • Monday, April 30-Friday, May 4. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Southbound frontage road at Loop 1604. The left turn lane and turnaround will close while crews do work on bridge support structures.
State Hwy 151
  • Friday, May 4 at 9 p.m. until Saturday, May 5 at 5 p.m. Eastbound main lanes between Military Drive and I-410. All lanes will close while crews put the highway into its final configuration and open the new eastbound connector to northbound I-410.
Loop 1604 – West San Antonio
  • Thursday-Saturday, May 3-5. 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. daily. Northbound main lanes at Marbach. The bridge over Marbach will close while crews set barrier.
Other roads – Converse
  • Monday, June 11 until Friday, August 24. FM 78 at FM 1516. The right turn lane will close while crews do road work. Oversized vehicles will use FM 3502 to reach its destination.
Other roads – New Braunfels
  • Wednesday, May 2. 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Southbound Loop 337 between Hanz Drive and Gruene Road. The right lane will close while crews stage trucks to set bridge support beams.
Other roads – Helotes
  • Current until Friday, September 28. Northbound Bandera Road at FM 1560. The left turn lane will close while crews do road work. No left turns will be permitted. Traffic will continue to the next intersection and turn around to reach its destination. Cross traffic from Circle A is also blocked.
  • Tuesday, May 8 until Monday, July 2. Riggs Road, both directions, at FM 1560. All lanes will close while crews reconstruct the intersection. Through traffic on FM 1560 will continue but will not be able to turn onto Riggs Road. Traffic from Riggs Road will use Old Bandera Road to reach its destination.
  • Monday, April 30-Thursday, May 3. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Southbound Bandera Road between Legend Trail and Loop 1604. Alternating lanes will close while crews move barrier and restripe the road.
Other roads – Boerne
  • Current until Friday, May 25. 8:30 p.m. until 5:30 a.m. nightly. Business Loop 87 (Main Street), both directions, between Bandera Road and the I-10 intersection north of Boerne. Alternating lanes will close while crews repair and resurface the road.
Other roads – Leon Springs
  • Friday, May 4 at 9 p.m. until Monday, May 7 at 5 a.m. Camp Bullis, both directions, at I-10. All lanes will close while crews set bridge support beams overhead. Traffic will turn right onto the frontage road and turn around at the next intersection to reach its destination.
Other roads – Fair Oaks Ranch
  • Tuesday, May 1 at 9 a.m. until Friday, May 25 at 5 p.m. Buckskin Drive, both directions, at I-10. All lanes will close while crews rebuild the intersection. Traffic will use Teepee Lane and Indian Hills to reach its destination.
Other roads – Northwest San Antonio
  • Tuesday-Friday, May 1-4. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Bandera Road, both directions, between Brae Ridge Road and Old Prue. Alternating lanes will close while crews repair the road.
All closures are pending weather.

Wednesday, April 25

That Fair Oaks Pkwy bridge is about to be done

We're going to go ahead and bury the lede on this post. If you want to get down to the brass tacks of what's going to impact you, skip down to the bottom where we'll talk about the major closure coming the weekend of April 27-30.
Before we get that far we want to address a few quick questions. As always, we offer the same candor we are afforded.

Where is everybody? It seems like it's been months since anyone worked on that bridge or have seen anyone at all. Today is the 30th of March, and at noon nobody is working.
Maybe it's a perception issue you have, and that perception is that the project is delayed, abandoned, etc. I haven't seen any updates on it here in ages and according to this site it's completion is supposed to be Summer of 2018. You currently do not look like you're going to finish by that time period if nobody seems to be working on it.
Again, this may be my own perception issue, but a little more updates on this site and maybe having someone at the actual worksite could ease some people's minds on the constant traffic around the around easing up sooner rather than later.
- Gerard
Gerard, we are afraid it is a bit of a perception issue. RELMCo is still working on a pace that will have this project completed by early summer this year and are working mostly at night on the bridge. They do this to stay out of the way of traffic on the highways and the frontage roads. If you're on the road, they don't want to be - it's risky.
You're going to see us put traffic onto the new bridge the last weekend of this month. Take a look below for more information.

According to the bridge construction diagram, the old bridge at Fair Oaks Parkway will be removed, and a new westbound to eastbound turnaround would be built in the future. However, from the looks of the grading going on, the existing bridge will be used as the turnaround. What say you?
- Al Koppen
After putting in nice, long, straight entrance ramp to eastbound I-10 at Fair Oaks Ranch, they now tore it up!!! What's with that? More taxpayer $$$ down the sewer. The guilty party should be strung up!
- Al Koppen
A couple of days ago, I wrote asking why the recently paved new straight entrance ramp to I-10 at Fair Oaks Parkway was ripped up. Yesterday, the new one exiting westbound I-10 to Fair Oaks Parkway was torn up. Who did the planning on this project--some elementary school kids?
- Al Koppen
First of all, Al, we went ahead and published your questions as submitted so we can all see the approach being taken here. No, we don't have grade-schoolers running the project. And no, we will not entertain public executions as a punishment for our employees who do their jobs.
To answer your question, let's first establish a basis of understanding for what we're doing. Heck, we've even got pictures to do it.
First of all, we have two projects happening out here. One is to rebuild the bridge over I-10 to connect Fair Oaks Parkway and Tarpon Drive. This second project converts the frontage roads to one-way and relocates several entrance and exit ramps to accommodate the new overpass at Old Fredericksburg Road.
You can see how all this lays out, with both projects together, here. For just this intersection, here you go:
The ramps you're seeing, Al, are associated with the bridge construction. Building a bridge over a major highway means several major highway closures, which you've no doubt driven through. As we explained when the project started, we built temporary ramps designed to occasionally carry the main lanes traffic off the main lanes, through the intersection and back on.
Because of those temporary ramps we were able to see delays stay, for the most part, under 15 minutes during major closures on this project. Other projects along the corridor, where construction of such ramps was not possible, have seen delays creep to well over an hour.
Alright. So here's the rub with the temporary ramps: they were built smack-dab in the middle of the new ramps being built for the second project. That's why you saw them torn up - they need to go so we can build the permanent ramps. They were, once again, temporary ramps built relatively inexpensively to handle traffic only a handful of times, which they've done marvelously.
With the temporary ramps gone the good folks with Sundt Construction can begin building the new ramps, which should come online later this summer.
We hope that clears things up a bit for you, Al.

What's coming
Beginning Friday night, April 27, RELMCo will shut down the intersection of Fair Oaks Parkway, Tarpon Drive and the I-10 frontage road.
The main lanes will not be impacted by this closure.
We have to shut down the intersection for the weekend to reconstruct the weekend in one fell swoop. When we're done we'll have traffic on the new bridge and most of the asphalt work will be finished.
During the closure traffic will follow posted detour signs to reach its destination. If the graphic of the closure doesn't help, try this list:
Westbound traffic to Fair Oaks Parkway will use Leslie Pfeiffer
Traffic coming from Fair Oaks Village Business Park will still be able to head west only; to go east they can either head all the way to Balcones Creek and turn around
Traffic headed east along the westbound frontage road can reach Fair Oaks Parkway by using Old Fredericksburg Road and Dietz-Elkhorn
Eastbound traffic to Tarpon Drive will exit as normal, hook around and go west to Windwood Drive and continue to Tarpon Drive
Westbound traffic to Tarpon Drive will remain on the main lanes, turn around at Balcones Creek and approach from the eastbound side
Eastbound traffic to Fair Oaks Parkway will remain on the main lanes, turn around at Ralph Fair Road and approach from the westbound side
When all is said and done this weekend all traffic on Fair Oaks Parkway and Tarpon Drive will be on the new bridge.
This actually brings us back to Al Koppen's first question above. So you don't have to check back up there to review, he wanted to know about the plan to use the bridge being used now as the turnaround.
Well, the bridge now being used is actually the new turnaround. We moved traffic onto it back in August, then tore down the old bridge entirely.
Well, until we get the frontage roads converted to one-way that turnaround bridge simply isn't going to mesh well with traffic. That means it will be closed - temporarily - once we get traffic onto the complete new bridge.
Please, friends, get this message out:
The turnaround bridge will be temporarily closed until the frontage roads are converted to one-way traffic. That should happen this summer.

That's it for now
That's all we have for now. As always, let us know if we can answer any other questions by submitting through our Mail Bag located at the left of the page.

Friday, April 20

Next week's construction-related closures

I-10 – Boerne
  • Sunday-Thursday, April 22-26. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, at mile marker 537. Alternating lanes will close, including ramps as needed, while crews resurface the road.
  • Tuesday-Friday, April 24-27. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, at Scenic Loop Road. Alternating lanes will close while crews stripe the road.
I-10 – Fair Oaks Ranch
  • Current until Friday, April 27 at 5 p.m. Eastbound frontage road west of Buckskin Drive. All lanes will close while crews rebuild the intersection. Traffic will follow the signed detour route, including a temporary route under the new overpass at Old Fredericksburg, to reach its destination.
  • Friday, April 27 at 9 p.m. until Monday, April 30 at 5 a.m. Frontage roads, both directions, at Fair Oaks Parkway. All lanes will close while crews reconstruct the intersection. Traffic will follow the posted detour route. This closure includes the Fair Oaks Parkway overpass bridge.
  • Monday, April 30 at 9 a.m. until Friday, May 25 at 5 a.m. Westbound frontage road west of Old Fredericksburg Road. All lanes will close while crews rebuild the intersection. Traffic will follow the posted detour route.
  • Monday, April 30 at 9 a.m. until Friday, May 25 at 5 a.m. Eastbound frontage road east of Buckskin Drive. All lanes will close while crews rebuild the intersection. Traffic will follow the posted detour route.
I-10 – Leon Springs
  • Current until Monday, Apr 30 at 5 a.m. West-to-east turnaround at Camp Bullis. The turnaround will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will use the intersection to reach its destination.
  • Current until Friday, April 27 at 3 p.m. East-to-west turnaround at Dominion Drive. The turnaround will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will use the intersection to reach its destination.
  • Friday, May 4 at 9 p.m. until Monday, May 7 at 5 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, at Camp Bullis. All lanes will close while crews set bridge support beams. Traffic will exit Camp Bullis, continue along the frontage road and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp.
I-35 – Schertz
  • Current and continuous until October 2018. Frontage roads, both directions, at FM 1103. One lane will close while crews replace the FM 1103 overpass bridge.
  • Friday, April 20 at 9 p.m. until Saturday, April 21 at 6 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, at FM 1103. The two right lanes will close while crews do bridge work overhead.
  • Monday-Friday, April 23-28. 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, at FM 1103. The two right lanes will close while crews do bridge work overhead.
I-35 – Northeast San Antonio
  • Current until Friday, April 27. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily. Main lanes, both directions, between Eisenhauer and Randolph. The left lane will close while electricians work on the center median lights.
I-410 – West San Antonio
  • Current and continuous until December 2018. Turnarounds, both directions, at Marbach Road. The turnarounds will remain closed while crews construct the new Marbach overpass bridge. Traffic will use the signalized intersection.
  • Current and continuous until December 2018. Northbound exit ramp to Marbach. The ramp will remain closed while crews reconstruct the road. Traffic will exit US Hwy 90 and continue along the frontage road to reach its destination.
U.S. Hwy 90A – Seguin
  • Monday, April 23 until Friday, May 18. A .m. until 6 p.m. daily, weekdays only. Main lanes, both directions, between Geronimo Creek and Dowdy Road. Alternating lanes will close while crews resurface the road. One-way traffic will be controlled by flaggers or off-duty police.
U.S. Hwy 90 – West San Antonio
  • Current until Monday, April 23 at 5 a.m. Westbound frontage road at I-410. The frontage road will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will head north on I-410, turn around at Hwy 151 and return to US 90 to reach its destination.
Other roads – Converse
  • Monday, June 11 until Friday, August 24. FM 78 at FM 1516. The right turn lane will close while crews do road work. Oversized vehicles will use FM 3502 to reach its destination.
Other roads – Helotes
  • Current until Friday, September 28. Northbound Bandera Road at FM 1560. The left turn lane will close while crews do road work. No left turns will be permitted. Traffic will continue to the next intersection and turn around to reach its destination. Cross traffic from Circle A is also blocked.
  • Tuesday, May 8 until Monday, July 2. Riggs Road, both directions, at FM 1560. All lanes will close while crews reconstruct the intersection. Through traffic on FM 1560 will continue but will not be able to turn onto Riggs Road. Traffic from Riggs Road will use Old Bandera Road to reach its destination.
Other roads – Leon Springs
  • Friday, May 4 at 9 p.m. until Monday, May 7 at 5 a.m. Camp Bullis, both directions, at I-10. All lanes will close while crews set bridge support beams overhead. Traffic will turn right onto the frontage road and turn around at the next intersection to reach its destination.
All closures are pending weather.

Wednesday, April 18

The biggest upcoming closure we've got

It's almost Fiesta!
That means we've restricted our contractors from doing major closures until the festivities are done. That said, we do have one last major work item that'll let us stay out of the way over the next two weeks.
That task is on I-35, both directions, between Eisenhauer and Randolph. This will be daytime work, and will start tomorrow (Thursday). We'll close the left lane in each direction, leaving three lanes open each way.

This will allow electricians to get out and work on those road lights that have been cut off the last three years. By the end of next week those lights should be working and the road should be lit up during overnight hours.
We are doing this work during the day to avoid the overnight drivers during Fiesta. Yes, we've now celebrated several consecutive fatality free Fiestas ... and we want to do our part to keep that new status quo. We felt combining the late-night traffic from those celebrating would not mix well with overnight construction traffic and determined this work would be best done during the day.
Since the lane we're closing is a new lane, just opened a few months ago, drivers should expect daytime traffic to look about like it did just six months ago without closures.
Again, the work should only go a week and a half at most, weather permitting.

Friday, April 13

Next week's construction-related closures

I-10 – Fair Oaks Ranch
  • Current until Friday, May 25. Eastbound frontage road at Buckskin Drive. All lanes will close while crews rebuild the intersection. Traffic will follow the signed detour route, including a temporary route under the new overpass at Old Fredericksburg, to reach its destination.
I-10 – Leon Springs
  • Current until Monday, Apr 30 at 5 a.m. West-to-east turnaround at Camp Bullis. The turnaround will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will use the intersection to reach its destination.
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 15 at 5 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, between Boerne Stage Road and Camp Bullis. The left lane will close while crews move barrier.
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Friday, April 27 at 3 p.m. East-to-west turnaround at Dominion Drive. The turnaround will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will use the intersection to reach its destination.
I-35 – Schertz
  • Current and continuous until October 2018. Frontage roads, both directions, at FM 1103. One lane will close while crews replace the FM 1103 overpass bridge.
I-35 – Northeast San Antonio
  • Current until Thursday, April 19. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, between George Beach and Thousand Oaks. Alternating lanes will close while crews do road work.
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Monday, April 16 at 5 a.m. Southbound exit ramp to Walzem Road. The exit will close while crews do concrete work. This closure includes the right lane of the highway. Traffic will use the next available ramp and turn around to reach its destination.
  • Saturday, April 14 at 5 a.m. until Sunday, April 15 at 5 a.m. Northbound main lanes at Eisenhauer Road. All lanes will close while crews do bridge work. Traffic will exit Eisenhauer, move through the intersection and re-enter at the next available ramp.
I-35 – East San Antonio
  • Monday-Wednesday, April 16-18. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily. Northbound main lanes between Pine Street and George Beach. The left lane will close while crews clean out drain inlets.
I-410 – West San Antonio
  • Current and continuous until December 2018. Turnarounds, both directions, at Marbach Road. The turnarounds will remain closed while crews construct the new Marbach overpass bridge. Traffic will use the signalized intersection.
  • Current and continuous until December 2018. Northbound exit ramp to Marbach. The ramp will remain closed while crews reconstruct the road. Traffic will exit US Hwy 90 and continue along the frontage road to reach its destination.
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 15 at 5 a.m. Northbound frontage road between Marbach and Meadow Leaf. All lanes will close while crews install drain culverts. Traffic will follow the posted detour.
I-410 – Northwest San Antonio
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Saturday, April 14 at 6 a.m. Northbound main lanes at Hwy 151. All lanes will close while crews pour concrete overhead. Traffic will exit Hwy 151, continue through the intersection and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp.
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Saturday, April 14 at noon. Southbound main lanes at Hwy 151. All lanes will close while crews do overhead bridge work and restripe the highway lanes. When work is finished the new southbound I-410 connector to westbound Hwy 151 will open. During the closure traffic will exit Hwy 151, continue through the intersections and re-enter at the next available ramp.
U.S. Hwy 90 – West San Antonio
  • Current until Wednesday, April 18 at 5 a.m. Westbound frontage road at I-410. The frontage road will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will head north on I-410, turn around at Hwy 151 and return to US 90 to reach its destination.
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 15 at 5 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, between Military Drive and Acme Road. The left lane will close while crews remove light poles.
Loop 1604 – West San Antonio
  • Monday, April 16 at 9 p.m. until Tuesday, April 17 at 5 a.m. Southbound main lanes between Hwy 151 and Valley Meadow Road. The left lane will close while crews install guardrail.
  • Tuesday, April 17 at 9 p.m. until Wednesday, April 18 at 5 a.m. Northbound main lanes between Wiseman Boulevard and Hwy 151. The left lane will close while crews install guardrail.
Loop 1604 – Northwest San Antonio
  • Sunday, April 15 at 3 p.m. until Monday, April 16 at 5 a.m. East-to-west turnaround at Bandera Road. The turnaround will close while crews resurface the road. Traffic will use the intersection to reach its destination.
Hwy 151
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Saturday, April 14 at 5 a.m. Westbound main lanes at I-410. All lanes will close while crews pour concrete overhead. Traffic will exit I-410, continue through the intersection and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp.
Other roads – Converse
  • Saturday, April 14. 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. FM 1516 between FM 78 and Converse Street. One lane will close while crews install storm drains. One-way traffic control will be directed by flaggers.
  • Monday, June 11 until Friday, August 24. FM 78 at FM 1516. The right turn lane will close while crews do road work. Oversized vehicles will use FM 3502 to reach its destination.
Other roads – Seguin
  • Saturday, April 14. 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Hwy 46 at FM 78. Alternating lanes will close while crews work on the traffic signals. Off-duty police officers will direct traffic at the intersection.
Other roads – Helotes
  • Current until Friday, September 28. Northbound Bandera Road at FM 1560. The left turn lane will close while crews do road work. No left turns will be permitted. Traffic will continue to the next intersection and turn around to reach its destination. Cross traffic from Circle A is also blocked.
  • Tuesday, May 8 until Monday, July 2. Riggs Road, both directions, at FM 1560. All lanes will close while crews reconstruct the intersection. Through traffic on FM 1560 will continue but will not be able to turn onto Riggs Road. Traffic from Riggs Road will use Old Bandera Road to reach its destination.
Other roads – Leon Springs
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 15 at 5 a.m. Dominion Drive at I-10. All lanes will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will turn right onto the frontage road and turn around to reach its destination.
Other roads – Boerne
  • Sunday-Friday, April 15-20. 8:30 p.m. until 5:30 a.m. nightly. Business 87, both directions, between the I-10 north intersection and Blanco Road. Alternating lanes will close while crews repair the road.
Other roads – North San Antonio
  • Current until Wednesday, April 18. 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily. Westbound TPC Parkway at US Hwy 281. The right lane will close while crews do utility work.
All closures are pending weather.

Wednesday, April 11

Heads up! Major closures this weekend

So there's this major event coming up. What's it called ... Fiesta, is it? Yeah, that's it.
Well, we won't have any major closures interfering with Fiesta events, which means most of our projects are trying to get work done before Fiesta starts up. That means a second straight weekend with quite a lot of big closures you may want to be aware of.


US Hwy 90 at I-410
This closure is a continuous closure and actually started today. It's way easier to show you what it is than to describe it, so take a look:


The closure will last until Wednesday, April 18 while crews do bridge work overhead. Williams Brothers is dedicating crews around-the-clock at this location to get it reopened.
With it closed traffic will head north to Hwy 151, turn around and return to US 90 to reach its destination.


I-410 near Marbach
The southbound frontage road will close between Marbach Road and US Hwy 90 starting Friday night at 9. We'll have it all reopened by 6 a.m. Monday. Traffic will simply get onto the main lanes of the highway and get right back off if they need to.


I-410 at Hwy 151
This one is exciting - and means good news!
All lanes will close at Hwy 151 Friday night and reopen by 7 a.m. Saturday while crews resurface the road. at the same time the westbound main lanes of Hwy 151 will close at I-410. Expect a doozy of a detour ... but it'll be overnight only.
Now for the good news part:
When things open up we'll be opening the brand-new southbound I-410 connector to westbound Hwy 151.
You can read that again to be sure you got it clearly. We'll go over details during a guided project tour Thursday, but it should open Saturday. To say we're a little excited is, well, a drastic understatement.


I-10 at Dominion Drive
We'll have the main lanes down to a single lane at Dominion Drive beginning Friday at 9 p.m. We'll have everything reopened by Monday at 5 a.m. This is to do work similar to what we did last week at Camp Bullis, though we don't expect the delays to be as long as they were last weekend.
This means we'll have Dominion Drive closed at I-10 through the weekend as well. Traffic off Dominion Drive (or Stonewall Parkway) will turn right onto the frontage road and turn around at the next available cross street to reach its destination.


I-35 at Eisenhauer
We'll have the northbound lanes closed here for some road work starting Friday at 9 p.m., and we'll reopen things by 5 a.m. Monday. We're nearing completion of all work on this project along I-35 ... so there shouldn't be too many more weekends to sit through like this out here.


I-35 at Walzem
This is a ramp closure only. We'll have the southbound ramp to Walzem closed for some resurfacing and striping. This will start Friday at 9 p.m. and run through the weekend until Monday at 5 a.m. Considering the closure we've got on northbound I-35 at nearby Eisenhauer, it'd be wise to exit early to reach Walzem.

Monday, April 9

This week's construction-related closures

I-10 – Seguin
  • Tuesday-Wednesday, April 10-11. 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily. Eastbound main lanes at FM 1104. The right lane will close while crews install concrete barrier at the weigh station.
I-10 – Boerne
  • Monday-Friday, April 9-13. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Eastbound main lanes at Scenic Loop Road. The right lane will close while crews install guardrail. This closure includes the eastbound exit to Scenic Loop Road (exit 537). Traffic will use Exit 539 and turn around to reach its destination.
I-10 – Fair Oaks Ranch
  • Monday, April 9 until Friday, May 25. Eastbound frontage road at Buckskin Drive. All lanes will close while crews rebuild the intersection. Traffic will follow the signed detour route, including a temporary route under the new overpass at Old Fredericksburg, to reach its destination.
I-10 – Leon Springs
  • Monday, April 9 at 9 p.m. until Tuesday, April 10 at 5 a.m. Westbound main lanes between Boerne Stage Road and Camp Bullis. The left lane will close while crews move barrier.
  • Tuesday-Friday, April 10-13. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Eastbound main lanes between Camp Bullis and La Cantera Parkway. The right lane will close while crews move barrier.
  • Wednesday, April 11 at 9 a.m. until Friday, May 18 at 5 p.m. West-to-east turnaround at Camp Bullis. The turnaround will close while crews do overhead bridge work.
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 15 at 5 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, between Boerne Stage Road and Camp Bullis. The left lane will close while crews move barrier.
I-10 – East San Antonio
  • Monday-Tuesday, April 9-10. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily. Eastbound main lanes between Loop 1604 and Graytown Road. The right lane will close while crews set barrier.
I-35 – Schertz
  • Current and continuous until October 2018. Frontage roads, both directions, at FM 1103. One lane will close while crews replace the FM 1103 overpass bridge.
  • Current until Friday, April 13. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Southbound main lanes between FM 1103 and FM 2252. The right lane will close while crews survey the asphalt.
  • Monday, April 9 until Thursday, April 12. 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily. Northbound main lanes between FM 2252 and Schwab Road. The left lane will close while crews survey the asphalt.
I-35 – Northeast San Antonio
  • Current until Tuesday, April 10. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Southbound main lanes between Thousand Oaks and George Beach. Alternating lanes will close while crews do asphalt work.
I-410 – North San Antonio
  • Monday-Friday, April 9-13. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Eastbound frontage road between Blanco and McCullough. Alternating lanes will close while crews resurface the road.
I-410 – West San Antonio
  • Current and continuous until December 2018. Turnarounds, both directions, at Marbach Road. The turnarounds will remain closed while crews construct the new Marbach overpass bridge. Traffic will use the signalized intersection.
  • Current and continuous until December 2018. Northbound exit ramp to Marbach. The ramp will remain closed while crews reconstruct the road. Traffic will exit US Hwy 90 and continue along the frontage road to reach its destination.
I-410 – Northwest San Antonio
  • Monday, April 9 at 8 p.m. until Tuesday, April 10 at 5 a.m. Southbound main lanes at US Hwy 90. The two right lanes will close while crews do overhead bridge work. This closure includes the left lane of the frontage road.
  • Monday, April 9 at 9 p.m. until Tuesday, April 10 at 5 a.m. Northbound main lanes between Hwy 151 and Military Drive. All lanes will close while crews pour concrete overhead. Traffic will exit Hwy 151, continue through the intersection and re-enter I-410 at the next available entrance ramp.
  • Tuesday-Wednesday, April 10-11. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily. Southbound frontage road between Demy and Bertetti. The right lane will close while crews install power lines.
  • Tuesday-Friday, April 10-13. 8 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Southbound main lanes at US Hwy 90. All lanes will close while crews set concrete beams overhead. Traffic will exit US 90, continue along the frontage road and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp.
  • Tuesday-Friday, April 10-13. 8 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Southbound frontage road between Hwy 151 and Marbach Road. All lanes will close while crews install drain culverts. Traffic will follow the posted detour.
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 15 at 5 a.m. Northbound frontage road between Marbach and Meadow Leaf. All lanes will close while crews install drain culverts. Traffic will follow the posted detour.
U.S. Hwy 90 – West San Antonio
  • Tuesday-Friday, April 10-13. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, between I-410 and Acme. The left lane will close while crews remove light poles.
  • Wednesday, April 11 at 9 a.m. until Wednesday, April 18 at 5 a.m. Westbound frontage road at I-410. The frontage road will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will head north on I-410, turn around at Hwy 151 and return to US 90 to reach its destination.
Loop 1604 – West San Antonio
  • Tuesday-Friday, April 10-13. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, at US Hwy 90. All lanes will close while crews do road work. Traffic will exit US 90, travel to the next intersection, turn around and return to Loop 1604 to reach its destination.
Other roads – Schertz
  • Monday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. until Tuesday, April 10 at 6 a.m. Northbound FM 1103 between Brite Road and I-35. Alternating lanes will close while crews repair pavement.
  • Tuesday, April 10 at 7:30 p.m. until Wednesday, April 11 at 6 a.m. Northbound FM 1103 between Saddle Spoke and I-35. Alternating lanes will close while crews repair pavement.
  • Wednesday, April 11 at 7:30 p.m. until Thursday, April 12 at 6 a.m. Northbound FM 1103 between Orthe Road and I-35. Alternating lanes will close while crews repair pavement.
Other roads – Helotes
  • Current until Friday, September 28. Northbound Bandera Road at FM 1560. The left turn lane will close while crews do road work. No left turns will be permitted. Traffic will continue to the next intersection and turn around to reach its destination. Cross traffic from Circle A is also blocked.
Other roads – Leon Springs
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 15 at 5 a.m. Dominion Drive at I-10. All lanes will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will turn right onto the frontage road and turn around to reach its destination.
Other roads – North San Antonio
  • Current until Wednesday, April 18. 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily. Westbound TPC Parkway at US Hwy 281. The right lane will close while crews do utility work.
Other roads – Northwest San Antonio
  • Monday-Friday, April 9-13. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Wiseman Boulevard, both directions, at Loop 1604. All lanes will close while crews install storm drain lines. Traffic will turn right onto Loop 1604 and turn around at the next available intersection to reach its destination.
All closures are pending weather.

Friday, April 6

Major closures to watch for this weekend

The full closures report will come later - likely late tonight - but there's a slew of closures happening this weekend. These are the types of closures folks like to know about well in advance.


I-10
We'll have full closures of I-10 on both sides of San Antonio. Those passing through the region ... well, we're sorry. Both closures start 9 p.m. Friday and will wrap up no later than 5 a.m. Monday. We're hoping things don't go that long, but folks should expect it.
On the east side of town the closure will be the main lanes at Foster Road. We'll have traffic exit Foster Road, pass through the intersection and re-enter the highway. Thing is, the frontage road is just a single lane through this area. Expect this to be pretty slow in both directions.
On the west side of town the closure will be the main lanes at Camp Bullis. We'll have traffic exit Camp Bullis, pass through the intersection and re-enter the highway.


I-410 at Hwy 151
Another full closure of the highway ... this will allow crews to set bridge support beams overhead. The good news: this one is overnight only, so daytime traffic will be unaffected. This is 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. each night. That's Friday night, Saturday night and Sunday night.
Since we'll have the main lanes closed, both ways, at Hwy 151, we'll exit all traffic at Hwy 151. Traffic will move through the intersection then re-enter the highway.


Hwy 151 between I-410 and Hunt Lane
So ... we have a lot of work going on at this interchange. The good news: when we're finished with the work on Hwy 151 this weekend traffic will be in its final configuration - minus the new direct connectors - and we'll be all but finished with construction on Hwy 151 through here. Daily commutes are about to get that much better.
Beginning Friday at 9 p.m. and running until 9 p.m. Saturday we'll have the westbound main lanes closed to restripe the road and remove barrier. Traffic will exit Hunt Lane, move through the intersections and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp.
Beginning Saturday at 9 p.m. and running until 9 p.m. Sunday we'll do the same thing on the eastbound side. Traffic will exit I-410, pass through the intersections and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp.
We'll have officers on hand to minimize the impact of traffic being diverted from the I-410 main lanes.


Northbound I-35 to westbound I-410
There are two interchanges with I-35 and I-410, and it can be confusing as to which we're talking about sometimes. To clear that up, just think of the Windcrest area near Thousand Oaks and Walzem.
We'll have the northbound I-35 exit to westbound I-410 closed all weekend. The closure will start 9 p.m. Friday and wrap up no later than 5 a.m. Monday.
Traffic will need to head north to Weidner and turn around to reach its destination. There are a few other ways to get around this closure, but that's the easiest to describe. If you're a local resident and know a better way, feel free to use it.


US Hwy 90 at Loop 1604
We're working hard to reconstruct the intersection of US 90 and Loop 1604 right now, including getting the new northbound Loop 1604 bridge at US 90 opened for traffic later this month. That means another in a long line of weekend-long closures in this neck of the woods.
The westbound US 90 frontage road will close 9 p.m. Friday and reopen by 5 a.m. Monday for this reconstruction. Traffic will head out on the main lanes to Montgomery, then turn around and head back to Loop 1604 to get where it needs to go. This includes folks headed to Kriewald from the main lanes of US 90.


Frontage road long-term stuff coming
We have two spots with long-term frontage road closures about to begin. Both are on I-10 between Loop 1604 and Fair Oaks Parkway.
The first is the west-to-east turnaround at Camp Bullis. That'll close Wednesday morning, April 9, and remain closed through mid-May. This is the first in a series of turnaround closures between Camp Bullis and Ralph Fair, so expect your turnaround closure to come up pretty soon if this one doesn't impact you. Without the turnaround, of course, traffic will simply use the signalized intersection to do its thing.
The other is the westbound frontage road - well, the frontage road on the westbound side - at Old Fredericksburg Road and Buckhorn Drive. The good news: that spot that's been closed is finally opening up over the weekend (we're told).
That means we'll need to work on another quadrant of the new intersection, which will start Monday morning. That new quadrant is that little slot on the Fair Oaks Parkway side of Buckskin Drive along the eastbound main lanes.
Sundt Construction is telling us they have significantly less work to do on this quadrant so it won't be a several-months-long closure like the last one was. They're talking about 4-6 weeks to do the work they need to do.

Thursday, April 5

Keeping an eye on traffic ... and closures on I-10

Did you know you can see up-to-date photos of traffic on our major corridors across the city on our Transguide website?
The folks on the morning and evening news casts aren't the only ones who can view the 200-plus cameras Transguide has across the city. That list of cameras just got longer with new fixtures along the I-10 project expanding the highway to include HOV lanes between La Cantera Parkway and Ralph Fair Road.
Those new cameras are located at:
  • Ralph Fair Road
  • Boerne Stage Road
  • Dominion Drive
  • Heuermann Road
  • Camp Bullis Road
  • Rim Drive
  • La Cantera Parkway
While you can't get a live video feed from the cameras at home without a hard line directly into the Transguide center, you can catch snapshots of traffic updated every few minutes online from any computer.
As we're doing on most of our highway projects across the area, the new cameras were included during the earliest stages of construction and came online the beginning of 2018. This means any time you plan to move between Leon Springs and San Antonio you can take a look at how traffic is moving on the Transguide website and potentially save you a from a headache.


Speaking of headaches....
We'll have all lanes of I-10 closed at Camp Bullis this weekend (April 6-9) while crews prepare the overpass bridge to be expanded. Next weekend (April 13-16) we'll have I-10 down to a single lane at Dominion Drive to do the same work there. Both weekends the cross street under the highway will be completely closed.
Work begins each weekend on Friday at 9 p.m. and we'll have things wrapped up no later than Monday morning at 5.
This weekend traffic will exit Camp Bullis, follow the frontage road and re-enter the highway at the next available ramp. We'll have officers working at the intersection of Camp Bullis to direct traffic and keep things moving.


What’s next at the bridges?
In addition to getting the existing bridges ready to be expanded we have bridge crews still working on those support structures. Once all that support work is finished we'll be ready to set bridge beams and work on the expansion we're preparing for. That will require a slight diversion at these intersections, which is still being worked on. We should have an update in May telling you what to expect while these bridge decks get built.


One more thing....
The west-to-east turnaround at Camp Bullis will close Monday, April 9 and will remain closed through the month of April. During that time traffic will use the signalized intersection to turn around. We are working with San Antonio TCI to ensure the signal is timed appropriately to handle the additional traffic.
These kinds of closures at the intersections will happen throughout the project as we work overhead to expand the bridges. Though we may not be to your favorite turnaround yet, expect it to happen at some point this year. We'll do our best to keep the duration of the closure down to as close to a month as we can.

Mail Bag: 410 at 151 stuff, Westwood Loop questions again, Old Fred Road and more

When will the Culebra Road on ramp to southbound I-410 open up? So surprised to find it closed and nowhere to get onto 410 until I was almost to Marbach.
- Rena
We're still working on getting that timeline - it's our next priority on this project now we've got things on the northbound side moved around and the southbound exit ramp to Military Drive opened up.


Why is the under construction flyover from SH 151 to I-410 built with steel supports, while the flyover from I-410 to SH 151 in the opposite direction is built with pre-stressed concrete beams? There is obviously a reason, but it sure isn't obvious. I would really like to understand the rationale behind the different construction methods.
- Glenn
It's a pretty simple answer, really. We use steel beams on bridge spans over about 110 feet - particularly with a curved alignment such as on a direct connector. That's why the steel supports are deeper (taller) than the pre-stressed concrete beams, to handle the additional weight stresses with the longer spans.


After waiting almost a year for UTSA Blvd to open, we now have another disruption of traffic in UTSA/UTEX area. Why are the right 2 lanes of traffic in this area closed for a new construction project? This greatly causes a traffic problem in this area.
- Rhea
The work you're seeing there isn't ours. That all belongs to Security Services FCU and, the last time we got an update from the city (January), is going to continue a while. Yantis is the general contractor here and is managing the actual project - we'd encourage folks with questions about this work to go to Yantis for answers.


We were discussing our favorite intersection the other day Alamo Ranch parkway and Westwood Loop. Going east from Alamo Ranch onto 151, what would it take to make the middle lane in addition to going straight also a left turn lane? In other words 2 lanes turning left on Westwood? Traffic really backs up there, which then backs up the traffic going into 151, this would really ease the traffic even on weekends.
- Ursula
Please provide a detailed status update on Alamo Ranch Parkway and Westwood Loop.
- Benjamin
TxDOT is done with this intersection, and has been for quite some time. This is all in the court of Bexar County Public Works, who recently installed raised curb to mount those delineator paddles. That should help considerably.
We are now working on installing guardrail along the southbound frontage road of Lp 1604 to prevent the poor behavior of drivers cutting across the grass median to reach the direct connector to Hwy 151.


Can you please tell me why their is no slow down lane to come in to the Hillcrest Housing area . I noticed that red musket has one which is not the main road into this housing area.
- Larry
So, Larry, the frontage road right there has three lanes. The far-right lane actually ends at Red Musket - that's why it looks and feels like a right-turn lane. We're working to stripe and sign that lane ahead of Spurs Ranch as a turn lane.
This will be what the frontage road looks like in its final configuration.
If we were to include a right-turn lane at Spurs Ranch we'd need to add a fourth lane to the frontage road, which we don't have the right-of-way space (or the money) to do on this job.


The much projected opening date of the I-10 access road from Ralph Fair to Old Fred. will not occur. Why? When? The delay is now over 90 days. Perhaps if TxDOT tripled the fines it might make a difference.
- Vicky
Well... today is March 22nd, and on my way home, I expected to see all sorts of activity wrapping up the repaving of the westbound frontage road at Old Fredericksburg Road, which according to your last blog post, is scheduled to be open tomorrow. However, at 5:45 PM this evening, all I saw was a bunch of parked construction equipment, no construction workers and dirt. Is this EVER going to wrap up? The inconvenience, dust, mud and delays are absolutely terrible. For more than a year, your repeated delays along IH-10 from the Dominion, have added more than 30 minutes/day to my (and I am sure many others) daily commute. Time which would be much better spent with my wife and family. You are now going on a 4 month delay on this portion of the project, alone - this is getting beyond frustrating.
- Dave
Can you please provide an update of the continued closure of the I-10 frontage road at Old Fred? Looks like it’s been pushed to April 27th. That is now 7 months of closure when it was supposed to be 3. Please set realistic goals and expectations.
- Christina
Let's start by saying we share your frustration here. When we first started this (in October) we expected a two-month work duration. We've addressed the question before. The target keeps moving, and at this point we just don't know what to say.
Vicky and Dave have already reached out to us privately and we've provided contact information for the individual at Sundt Construction to push questions to in the future. We're going to stop short of publishing that information here, but if you can find it through the NextDoor feeds in that neighborhood you're welcome to use the contact info as you see fit.
All that said, we do share some of the blame at TxDOT. We failed to include a milestone with accompanying liquidated damages on this part of the project. We are learning from the error and our director of construction has asked future projects include financial disincentives (we can't call them penalties) when we have stuff like this in our plans.

Are there any plans to fix the very wavy road surface both East and West Highway 90 across from Blue Skies at John D Ryan Blvd? This area of Highway 90 is very uneven and makes you feel like you are riding a roller coaster instead of your car. I can remember a section of I-35 across from Fort Sam Hospital that was like this that was fixed. I assume this is a sub-surface problem.
- Bill
It's on the list of projects we'd like to take on and will be addressed as we expand US Hwy 90 between I-410 and Hwy 211. That's currently programmed to happen around 2023.

When is Loop 1604 and I-10W at The Rim/La Cantera going to be upgraded to a proper highway intersection with fly overs with no yields? I've lived in the area since 2004 and the congestion gets worse every year.
- Paul
Paul, it seems thousands of people are discovering what you did back in 2004: That corridor along I-10 between San Antonio and Boerne is a great place to live!
That also means the congestion you're seeing is the byproduct of this corridor's continued development and is something we're working to address. Just like Johnny Cash got his Psycho Billy Cadillac one piece at a time because of his financial constraints, we're doing the same thing with the development of I-10 beyond Loop 1604. That is true also for the intersection. Our planners have easily conceded the cloverleafs have been increasingly outgrown over the course of the last decade.
The problem is money - a full interchange like you're looking for costs about $250 million, which is tough for us to come up with right now at one time (which is why the US 281 expansion is happening in two pieces at $150 million each).
That said ... we have hope. The Alamo Area MPO has included on the Unified Transportation Program this intersection in a plan to expand Loop 1604 between Bandera Road and I-35. The details are still being worked out as to how those will work as we move through the environmental assessment, but we are hoping to have this intersection addressed with that project when it starts right around 2020. A project of that size will take, at a minimum, four years to complete.

Who is responsible for 1604 being only two lanes on each side? It is 2018 and no one has stepped up to the plate and add another lane to each side at least. Here's a bright idea, you don't have to stop flow of traffic if you build it in the median.
- Brendan
Take a look at what we said to Paul, Brendan, and you'll see we're working on it. We wish we could just build a new lane ... unfortunately it's a lot more involved than that. Hopefully we'll be able to begin work to double capacity of Loop 1604 in 2020.


When is 410/151 interchange construction going to be done enough to open the Leon creek greenway trail? Are they doing redo the trail it looks very damaged from the construction?
- Mica
We are actually working with the city's Parks and Recreation department to fix and replace some damaged sections of the trail. We are hoping to have that finished and be able to open the trail back up by the end of May. We might even be able to get that done sooner if we get ideal weather patterns between now and then.

Wednesday, April 4

This week's construction-related closures

Apologies for the late post on this ... as we had NO CLOSURES during the Final Four we kind of sat back to let folks just enjoy some basketball.
With Final Four done and Fiesta coming soon we have a barrage of upcoming closures. Expect a lot of activity between now and Fiesta's start. Here's a look at the rest of this week and this weekend:


I-10 – Boerne
  • Current until Thursday, April 5. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, at Scenic Loop Road. Alternating lanes will close while crews restripe the main lanes.
I-10 – Fair Oaks Ranch
  • Current until Friday, April 27. Westbound frontage road at Old Fredericksburg Road. All lanes will close while crews replace drain structures. Traffic will follow the signed detour route, including a temporary route under the new overpass at Old Fredericksburg, to reach its destination.
I-10 – Leon Springs
  • Current until Friday, April 6. 9a .m. until 3 p.m. daily. Eastbound frontage road between Ralph Fair Road and Boerne Stage Road. The left lane will close while trucks enter and exit the work zone.
  • Wednesday, April 4 at 9 p.m. until Thursday, April 5 at 5 a.m. Westbound main lanes between Dominion Drive and Boerne Stage Road. The right lane will close while crews replace existing street lights.
  • Friday, April 6 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 8 at 5 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, between Crista Bella and La Cantera Parkway. The left lane will close while crews move barrier.
  • Friday, April 6 at 9 p.m. until Monday, April 9 at 5 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, at Camp Bullis. All lanes will close while crews do bridge work. Traffic will exit Camp Bullis, continue through the intersection and re-enter the highway.
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 15 at 5 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, between Boerne Stage Road and Camp Bullis. The left lane will close while crews move barrier.
I-10 – East San Antonio
  • Tuesday-Wednesday, April 3-4. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily. Eastbound main lanes at Foster Road. Alternating lanes will close while crews prepare to install a storm drain system.
  • Friday, April 6 at 9 p.m. until Monday, April 9 at 5 a.m. Main lanes, both directions, at Foster Road. All lanes will close while crews install a storm drain system. Traffic will exit Foster Road, continue through the intersection and re-enter the highway.
I-35 – New Braunfels
  • Current until Friday, April 6. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, between Schwab Road and FM 1337. The right lane will close while crews take samples of the roadway.
I-35 – Schertz
  • Current and continuous until October 2018. Frontage roads, both directions, at FM 1103. One lane will close while crews replace the FM 1103 overpass bridge.
I-35 – Northeast San Antonio
  • Friday, April 6 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 9 at 5 a.m. Northbound ramp to westbound I-410. The ramp will close while crews do road work. Traffic will exit Weidner Road and turn around to reach eastbound I-410.
  • Friday-Monday, April 6-9. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Northbound main lanes between Rittiman and Walzem roads. The right lane will close while crews work on guardrail.
  • Friday-Tuesday, April 6-10. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Southbound main lanes between Thousand Oaks and George Beach. Alternating lanes will close while crews do asphalt work.
I-35 – East San Antonio
  • Tuesday-Wednesday, April 3-5. 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily. Main lanes, both directions, between George Beach and Pine Street. The right lane will close while crews work on the bridge deck.
  • Wednesday, April 4. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Northbound main lanes between Pine and George Beach. The left lane will close while crews work on drain inlets.
I-410 – North San Antonio
  • Current until Friday, April 6. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Eastbound frontage road between Vance Jackson and Northwest Military. Alternating lanes will close while crews resurface the road.
  • Thursday-Friday, April 5-6. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily. Eastbound frontage road at Northwest Military Highway. Alternating lanes will close while crews work on guardrail.
I-410 – West San Antonio
  • Current and continuous until December 2018. Turnarounds, both directions, at Marbach Road. The turnarounds will remain closed while crews construct the new Marbach overpass bridge. Traffic will use the signalized intersection.
  • Current and continuous until December 2018. Northbound exit ramp to Marbach. The ramp will remain closed while crews reconstruct the road. Traffic will exit US Hwy 90 and continue along the frontage road to reach its destination.
  • Current until Friday, April 6. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, between George Beach and Thousand Oaks. Alternating lanes will close while crews do road work.
I-410 – Northwest San Antonio
  • Tuesday-Thursday, April 3-5. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, between Military Drive and Culebra Road. The two left lanes will close while crews do work in the median.
  • Thursday, April 5 at 9 p.m. until Friday, April 6 at 5 a.m. Northbound main lanes between Hwy 151 and Military Drive. All lanes will close while crews pour concrete overhead. Traffic will exit Hwy 151, continue through the intersection and re-enter I-410 at the next available entrance ramp.
  • Friday-Sunday, April 6-8. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, between Hwy 151 and Military Drive. All lanes will close while crews pour concrete overhead. Traffic will exit Hwy 151, continue through the intersection and re-enter I-410 at the next available entrance ramp.
  • Sunday, April 8 at 9 p.m. until Monday, April 9 at 5 a.m. Southbound main lanes between Military Drive and Hwy 151. All lanes will close while crews pour concrete overhead. Traffic will exit Hwy 151, continue through the intersection and re-enter I-410 at the next available entrance ramp.
  • Monday, April 9 at 9 p.m. until Tuesday, April 10 at 5 a.m. Northbound main lanes between Hwy 151 and Military Drive. All lanes will close while crews pour concrete overhead. Traffic will exit Hwy 151, continue through the intersection and re-enter I-410 at the next available entrance ramp.
U.S. Hwy 90 – West San Antonio
  • Tuesday, April 3 at 9 p.m. until Wednesday, April 4 at 5 a.m. Westbound frontage road at Loop 1604. All lanes will close while crews do road work. This closure includes the exit ramp to Loop 1604. Traffic will continue west to Montgomery Road, turn around and return to Loop 1604 to reach its destination.
  • Friday, April 6 at 7 p.m. until Monday, April 9 at 5 a.m. Westbound frontage road at Loop 1604. All lanes will close while crews rebuild the intersection. This closure includes the exit ramp to Loop 1604. Traffic will continue west to Montgomery Road, turn around and return to Loop 1604 to reach its destination.
  • Tuesday-Friday, April 10-13. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, between I-410 and Acme. The left lane will close while crews remove light poles.
Hwy 151
  • Tuesday-Thursday, April 3-5. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes between I-410 and Hunt Lane. All lanes will close while crews pour concrete overhead. Traffic will exit I-410, continue along the frontage road and re-enter Hwy 151 at the next available entrance ramp.
  • Friday, April 6 at 9 p.m. until Saturday, April 7 at 5 p.m. Westbound main lanes between I-410 and Hunt Lane. All lanes will close while crews resurface and repaint the overpasses at Ingram and Potranco roads. When work is done traffic will be in its final configuration at this location.
  • Saturday-Monday, April 7-9. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Eastbound main lanes between I-410 and Hunt Lane. All lanes will close while crews resurface and repaint the overpass at Ingram and Potranco roads. When work is done traffic will be in its final configuration at this location.
Loop 1604 – West San Antonio
  • Tuesday, April 3 at 8 p.m. until Wednesday, April 4 at 5 a.m. Northbound main lanes between Marbach Road and Emory Peak. The right lane will close while crews stripe the road.
  • Sunday, April 8. 6 a.m. until 4 p.m. Main lanes, both directions, between US Hwy 90 and Marbach Road. The right lane will close while crews with CPS Energy upgrade power lines. This closure will include full closures of the highway for brief periods of time, usually about 10 minutes each, through the day.
  • Tuesday-Friday, April 10-13. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Main lanes, both directions, at US Hwy 90. All lanes will close while crews do road work. Traffic will exit US 90, travel to the next intersection, turn around and return to Loop 1604 to reach its destination.
Other roads – Schertz
  • Tuesday-Thursday, April 3-5. 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. nightly. FM 1103, both directions, at I-35. Alternating lanes will close while crews install traffic signals.
Other roads – Seguin
  • Friday, April 6 at 9 p.m. until Saturday, April 7 at 5 p.m. Business 123, both directions, at I-10. All lanes will close while crews repave the intersection.
Other roads – Helotes
  • Current until Tuesday, May 1 at noon. Northbound Bandera Road at FM 1560. The left turn lane will close while crews do road work. No left turns will be permitted. Traffic will continue to the next intersection and turn around to reach its destination.
  • Tuesday-Friday, April 3-6. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Northbound Bandera Road between Stonecroft and Loop 1604. Alternating lanes will close while crews resurface and restripe the road.
Other roads – Boerne
  • Current until Thursday, April 5. 9 p.m. until 5 a.m. nightly. Hwy 46, both directions, between Blanco and Anhall roads. Alternating lanes will close while crews set barrier.
  • Current until Friday, April 6. 8:30 p.m. until 5:30 a.m. nightly. Business Route 87, both directions, between FM 1376 and I-10. Alternating lanes will close while crews repair the road.
  • Current until Friday, April 6. 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. daily. Southbound Business Route 87 at Johns Road. The right lane will close while crews work on sidewalks.
Other roads – Leon Springs
  • Wednesday-Friday, April 4-6. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily. Eastbound Boerne Stage Road at I-10. The right lane will close while crews survey for utility line locations.
  • Friday, April 13 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, April 15 at 5 a.m. Dominion Drive at I-10. All lanes will close while crews do overhead bridge work. Traffic will turn right onto the frontage road and turn around to reach its destination.
Other roads – North San Antonio
  • Wednesday, April 4 until Wednesday, April 18. 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily. Westbound TPC Parkway at US Hwy 281. The right lane will close while crews do utility work.
All closures are pending weather.
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