Pavement improvements have begun along A.W. Grimes Boulevard from Gattis School Road to SH-45. This work will require alternating lane closures along A.W. Grimes and is scheduled for completion at the end of October. Work will be performed from 9 a.m. through 4 p.m. daily. During the construction process, the roadway will remain open to traffic, however drivers should expect delays and are advised to reduce their speed and increase their spacing distance while workers are present.
Additionally, the intersection of A.W. Grimes and Gattis School Road is scheduled for pavement improvements starting Monday, Oct. 2, through Thursday, Oct. 5. All traffic entering the intersection on those days will be required to detour around the construction. Drivers should expect heavy delays and are encouraged to seek other routes, if possible.
The improvements are a part of the City’s annual Street Maintenance program, specifically the 2017 In-Place Pavement Recycling project. The project is composed of five phases of work performed in sequential order: concrete work, edge milling, pavement repairs, pavement recycling, and pavement marking. A map showing the impacted area is included below.