Traffic Updates 2018-04-14T16:56:02+00:00


Stay up to date with the most recent road and lane closures.

From June 18, 2018 to September 2018

Lane closures on State Highway 286 (Crosstown Expressway) main lanes will take place between Agnes Street and Leopard Street.

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From June 20 to July 2

The northbound and southbound lanes of Nueces Bay Boulevard will be reduced to one lane as motorists approach the IH 37/Nueces Bay Boulevard intersection.

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From June 9 to June 10

Alternating main lanes of SH 286 (Crosstown Expressway) will be closed daily between Agnes Street and Leopard Street.

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From May 23 to August 31

Closures will affect frontage road traffic in the area near IH 37 between Buffalo Street and Staples Street.

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Short-Term Closures May 8 to June 8; Permanent Closure Beginning May 15

Various daily lane closures will take place on the northbound US 181 frontage road between Burleson Street and Beach Avenue.

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Short-Term Closures from April 30 to May 7; Long-Term Lane Reductions/Traffic Shift May 7, 2018 to April 2019

The northbound and southbound main lanes of IH 37 will be reduced from three lanes to two lanes between Buddy Lawrence Drive and State Highway 286 (Crosstown Expressway). The lane reductions, which will include IH 37 southbound traffic shifting to IH 37 northbound main lanes.

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Our goal is to ensure that project work zones are as safe as possible for all stakeholders including motorists, pedestrians, passengers and construction workers.


A driver in clear weather during mid-afternoon comes upon slow or stopped traffic due to a work zone and crashes into another vehicle, or in the process of avoiding such, crashes into a barrier, equipment or pedestrian.


Follow the “Safety Tips”


Diagram concept taken from the Work Zone Safety Tips for Drivers provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration.

common accident types


Click here to view TxDOT’s site, which provides the most updated information regarding highway conditions across the Lone Star State.