If you have driven recently in the westbound lanes of Highway 358 or SPID, chances are you have encountered the rougher than normal road surface that is a temporary byproduct of a resurfacing project.
It has also resulted in loose gravel and rocks flying up, putting dings in windshields of passing vehicles. It has even happened to our own news vehicles here at Kiii-TV.
Many drivers said on Thursday that they are not thrilled about having to pay the tab for the repairs.
"They need to pick up those rocks a little bit better then what they're doing, because this is costly for all the people that have vehicles, and it's not cheap," said Jerry Ysaguirre, an upset driver.
The Texas Department of Transportation blames the loose rocks on a rain shower Monday night. They call the situation an isolated incident, and said they have received very few calls about the loose gravel.
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