Lubbock crews continue roadwork on 34th - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Lubbock crews continue roadwork on 34th

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Roadwork continues along 34th Street in Lubbock and major improvements are being seen.

The revitalization project that started more than a year ago is now 75% complete.

Work between Indiana and University is finished. Crews are now rebuilding the road between Avenue U and Avenue Q.

KCBD spoke to several businesses along 34th and they say they are happy with the project.

The City of Lubbock has spent around $10 million on the project. Once the current phase is finished, crews will begin working on 34th Street between Quaker and Indiana. This is expected to begin after the first of the year.

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