Road work at 24th & Quaker begins April 21 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Road work at 24th & Quaker begins April 21

Provided by City of Lubbock

Beginning Monday, April 21, Lone Star Dirt and Paving, under contract with the City of Lubbock, will begin maintenance work on Quaker Avenue.

Crews will be removing the rough asphalt paving from south of the Marsha Sharp Freeway frontage road to just south of 24th Street and replacing it with concrete paving.

The maintenance work will be done in three phases to allow traffic to continue to have access to Quaker Avenue and surrounding businesses. Additional maintenance work will take place by adding two valley gutters at the alley south of 24th Street and at 26th Street.

DURING PHASE ONE:

Lone Star Dirt and Paving will begin on the southbound lanes, just past Brownfield Drive, and go past 26th Street, to repair old asphalt paving with new concrete paving.

Motorists are urged to allow extra time for delays or to find alternate routes. This work will take approximately six to eight weeks to complete depending upon weather and construction.

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