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I-35W Construction Closures and Detours
Construction on I-35W from I-30 to US 287 is in full swing. Capacity improvements span 18 miles and include a section of highway that is ranked as the state's eighth most congested roadway. Know the closures and detours before you get in the car.
Eagle Mountain Sewer Diversion Line (Active through Nov. 3, 2019)
Installation of the 36-inch gravity main for the Eagle Mountain Sewer Diversion project is scheduled to begin this week. Construction starts on the downstream side from just west of Loughridge Lake, moving southwest to North Tarrant Parkway, then crossing Wagley Robertson Road. The contractor will tunnel under Wagley Robertson. Mountain Cascade has installed more than 1.3 miles of 24-inch force main since July. The work is in the easements, not the streets.
Learn more about roundabouts (Active through Dec. 31, 2025)
Visit the city's Roundabout Information page to learn more about the benefits of roundabouts.
Rosemont Area Sewer Improvements Part 2 (Active through Nov. 4, 2019)
It will be up to six weeks before construction begins on Part 2 of the Rosemont Sewer Improvement project. Atmos Energy has crews in the area installing new gas lines. Part 2 is in the Worth Heights area. Part 1 is in the Rosemont area. Part 2 includes replacing sewer lines, that date back to 1926, in six alleyways. The contractor will use both open cut and pipe bursting on this part of the project.
Upper Big Fossil Creek Wastewater Improvements (Active through Nov. 6, 2019)
The contractor is at the Beach Street crossing building a tunnel for the new 54-inch diameter gravity sewer main. The wastewater main runs through Fossil Creek Golf Course. It starts at Beach Street and moves northwesterly to Western Center Boulevard. Installing the sewer main will take approximately one year. Expect lane closures on Beach Street and Western Center Boulevard but there will be no full road closures or overnight closures.
Upper Clear Fork Wastewater Improvements (Active through Nov. 4, 2019)
Construction will be visible soon on the Upper Clear Fork Wastewater Improvement project. The first three segments are in Trinity Park so the contractor is working with an arborist to make way for construction. This part is on the north side of the Clear Fork of the Trinity River, starting southwest of 7th Street then crossing I-30 to University Drive. Sewer mains ranging from 48-inches to 54-inches are being replaced.