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About the Project
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is beginning their construction/renovation of the I35 Corridor through Waco and we need your help in driving safely and staying informed!
This construction project is complex considering the significant amount of daily traffic through the core of Waco. TxDOT will be working hard to get this job done safely and efficiently while being considerate of the impacts and inconvenience of construction. Improvements include:
• Widening mainlanes to 4 lanes in each direction
• Improving frontage roads and ramps
• Reconstructing bridges and improving interchanges
• Adding U-turns
• Improving bicycle and pedestrian access
Funding Construction Cost: $341 million
Schedule Construction begins in May 2019 and is anticipated to be complete in 2024. Initial construction activity starts on the frontage roads and the northbound mainlanes. Northbound mainlanes will be reduced to two lanes in various locations. (*All information generated from TxDOT.)
*** Latest Construction Information ***
Northbound lane and shoulder closure to rehabilitate and widen shoulder, and overlay pavement in preparation for mainlane work.
• Southbound - various lane closures from N. Loop 340 to 12th St.
• Northbound - various lane closures beginning near Dutton Ave. and Behrens Cr.
Bridges Interchanges and ramps
Southbound Exit 335A for 4th – 5th Streets permanently removed
– use Exit 335C for MLK Jr. Blvd.
Pedestrian bridge at 8th St. permanently removed
– use existing facilities at 4th and 5th Streets.
Beginning Spring 2019
• BUS 77 direct ramp access permanently removed – use ground-level intersection
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