Beginning Monday, December 20, 2021 the 3000 – 3100 blocks of Albans Rd will be inaccessible to and from Buffalo Speedway for approximately 2 – 3 weeks at minimum. During the closure the Contractor (SER Construction) will be completing the installation of storm sewer boxes at Albans and Buffalo Speedway. We appreciate your patience and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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For questions regarding this project, please contact Capital Project Manager Eduardo Barreto at 713-662-5848 or via email at email@example.com
Update October 6, 2022: The following traffic control measures will be implemented on Thursday, October 7, 2021:
- Restricted access traveling westbound to Buffalo Speedway from the 3100 blocks of Cason
- Restricted access traveling eastbound to Buffalo Speedway from the 3200 block of Cason
- Restricted access traveling southbound to W. Holcombe from the 6700 block of Vanderbilt
Only local thru traffic will be accessible to the 3100 & 3200 blocks of Cason and the 6700 block of Vanderbilt. Residents are urged to plan travel routes to/from their homes accordingly.
This proposed traffic control plan is anticipated to remain in place for approximately 4-6 weeks at minimum. Project staff will continue to monitor traffic conditions and make adjustments as needed.
If you have any questions, please contact Capital Projects Manager Eduardo Barreto at 713-662-5848 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your patience and encourage residents to sign up for Buffalo Speedway Project news and alerts by visiting, www.westutx.gov/buffalo.
Traffic Update 8/27/2021: On August 30th, the contractor (SER Construction) is scheduled to begin the traffic switch for Phase 4 of the Buffalo Speedway Project. The switch will consist of temporarily closing the inner northbound and southbound lanes of Buffalo Speedway. This will shift traffic to the outside northbound and southbound lanes until the end of the day.
On August 31st, the traffic switch will consist of both northbound lanes from University Blvd. to Bissonnet St. to be closed diverting to a single lane of travel in each direction on the southbound side of Buffalo Speedway. This traffic pattern is expected to remain in place until January 2022. During the traffic switch crews will be working on the underground drainage and replacement of the roadway pavement. Drivers should expect delays during this time.
The East side of Jarrard & Georgetown will temporarily not have access onto Buffalo Speedway.
City staff is working with the contractor to mitigate impacts and inform property owners and the public ahead of time.
For questions regarding the project, please contact Capital Projects Manager Eduardo Barreto at 713-662-5848 or via email at email@example.com
For more information or to receive notifications about the Buffalo Speedway Project, please visit www.westutx.gov/buffalo.