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Posted on: September 21, 2022

Sept 22 - Lane shift on SH 199 EB - Lake Worth Bridge Project

Road work ahead

TxDOT has advised the contractor for the SH 199 Lake Worth Bridge Project is scheduled to shift traffic on the existing eastbound SH 199 main lanes over to detour pavement between Surfside Drive and the Lake Worth Bridge on September 22. (Alternate routes are advised). This shift over to the detour pavement will allow the contractor to construct a drainage culvert under the existing eastbound main lanes.  Access from the eastbound frontage road to the SH 199 main lanes will be maintained during this phase of construction via the Surfside Drive traffic signal.

Construction on the SH 199 project from FM 1886 to Azle Ave began October 5, 2020. As part of this project, a new bridge over Lake Worth will be constructed. The existing bridge will be kept in service as a frontage road bridge.  New SH 199 mainlanes will also be added east of the bridge.  Bridges will also be constructed at Rankin Street, Surfside Drive, Love Circle, Hodgkins Road and Azle Avenue while reconstructing and widening SH 199 from four to six lanes west of the Lake Worth crossing.  The frontage roads in this area will also be reconstructed.  The project was awarded to Sema Construction, Inc. and is estimated for completion in 2024.

Project map is attached.

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