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TxDOT Testing Pavement to Prepare for New Harbor Bridge Project

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) - The Texas Department of Transportation will be testing the pavement on the roads beginning Wednesday night as they start work for the new Harbor Bridge project.

Pavement testing will take place Wednesday night and will continue throughout the week at around 9 p.m. each evening. Crews will be working at the Crosstown Expressway lanes between Violeta Court and Leopard Street in both directions at different times.

Below is a list of planned pavement tests:

Tuesday, June 24
I-37 main lanes between Shoreline and Gardenia boulevards in both directions, but not simultaneously.

Wednesday, June 25
I-37 frontage roads between Shoreline and Gardenia boulevards in both directions, but not simultaneously.

US 181 main lanes between Reef Avenue and Burleson Street in both directions, but not simultaneously.

US 181 main lanes between Violeta Court and Leopard Street in both directions, but not simultaneously.

Thursday, June 26
The local streets of East Causeway and West Causeway boulevards, Culberson Street, Brownlee Boulevard and Broadway Street.
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