You’re not going to like this, but it’s best you know now before you get out on the roads and find yourself late for something because of it.

 

Work began on February 27th on Interstate 10 in Pecos County just east of Fort Stockton rehabilitating key sections of road that are in severe disrepair.

 

Looks like there’s going to be some road work going on in six counties over the next three months.  FNF Constructions Inc. or Tempe, Arizona won’t the $2.9M contract.

 

Most of the areas getting some much needed help will only be work zones for a week or so but the I-10 work could take three weeks.  I’m sure all of know when it comes to road work

 

No matter what the estimated time for the work to be done is, it’s always going to take longer.  So keep that in mind and expect lane closures and delays.  Also, people watch yourselves out there.

 

Slow down around work zones, pay attention to the warning signs and the people working hard to keep us all safe and get this stuff done as fast as they can.

 

Below is a list of the work areas you should try and avoid or at the very least stay safe in:

 

Andrews County

Highway 385 near North Mustang Drive

Highway 385 near North Avenue K

 

Ector County

Section of I-20 westbound at FM 1936

Section of I-20 at Moss Road

Section of I-20 at JBS Parkway

Section of westbound Highway 302 at Notrees

 

Martin County

Highway 137 and Highway 176 intersection

 

Midland County

North frontage road off Interstate 20 near FM 715

Business Interstate 20 near Fairgrounds Road

Intersection of north BI-20 frontage road and FM 1788 jug handle

 

Pecos County

Interstate 10 from around mile marker 264 to around mile marker 270

 

Winkler County

Section of Highway 302 near intersection with Highway 115

Section of Highway 302 near the TxDOT maintenance office