34th Street construction extends from University to Elgin - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

34th Street construction extends from University to Elgin

From Lone Star Dirt & Paving:

Drivers should expect changes to the traffic pattern along 34th Street beginning this week.

The first half-mile of paving is complete and crews will begin shifting traffic to accommodate construction on the second half-mile, which extends from University to Elgin.

The portion from Elgin to Indiana will be opened to traffic, though work on the sidewalk and lighting facilities will continue through that section for several more weeks.

 



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