Road work coming, this time to West Lubbock residential streets - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/16/10

More road work coming, this time to West Lubbock residential streets

By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – If you love those orange road cones and construction barrels, boy, do we have good news for you.  A city contractor begins work on Tuesday in various parts of West Lubbock, between Milwaukee Avenue and the West Loop, south of 4th Street and north of 19th street.  It will be a series of micro-surfacing projects.  The city says in a written statement, "There will be construction activity at different times," and "the roadway could be blocked off with no workers present."  The city also says, this work will take two to three weeks, depending upon the weather. 

Road work sites around Lubbock are too numerous to mention but the highlights would include the North Loop, the West Loop, 4th Street near the West Loop, University between the Loop & 82nd Street, Phase IV of the Marsha Sharp Freeway, Quaker south of 98th, and Erskine Street between Frankford and Salem. 

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