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UPDATE: TxDOT Dealing With Traffic Signal Issues At Two College Station Intersections

Two major College Station intersections had traffic backups at two locations due to traffic signal issues.

One of the tieups was at the site of a month long addition of a TxDOT project to build a raised median along Texas from Harvey Mitchell to Deacon, where traffic was reduced to one lane in each direction on Monday. Flashing red lights and law enforcement were at the intersection of Texas and Harvey Mitchell.

Monday morning, traffic signals went out at Rock Prairie and the freeway. According to the city of College Station, TxDOT responded to that location. By Monday afternoon, signals were flashing red. According to WTAW listeners, there was a backup as far as one mile.

Original story:

A traffic heads up for those who drive on Texas in College Station between Deacon and Harvey Mitchell. The TxDOT district office in Bryan reports one lane traffic in each direction starts Monday to build a raised median and turning lanes. Weather permitting, this will be completed in one month.

A motorist on FM 1179 east of Bryan tweeted the TxDOT district office in Bryan about the purpose of survey work. TxDOT replied with a tweet that the survey work is being performed in preparation to rebuild the highway three years from now. What TxDOT calls a roadway rehabilitation project is planned on 1179 from Boonville Road to FM 2038.

Screen shot from the TxDOT Bryan district office Twitter account.

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Posted by on Apr 8 2019. Filed under Local News for Newsletter, News.
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