Work on the widening of I-30 continues along with other road work in and around the area. The Texas Department of Transportation released the latest on all the road work projects in our area and surrounding counties.

Bowie County

 I-30 – From FM 989 to Arkansas State Line, widening highway. Reconstructing and widening highway. Eastbound traffic moved to the outside lanes.

SH 8 – At Sulphur River, replacing bridges.

SH 93 – Between Kennedy Lane and Meadow Lane, installing sidewalks.

SH 98 – At Anderson Creek, replacing bridge. All traffic restricted to one lane with signal lights controlling traffic through work zone.

 Camp County

 None

 Cass County

 SH 8 – At Sulphur River, replacing bridges.

US 59 – South of Linden, repairing concrete pavement.

 Harrison County

 I-20 – From Gregg County Line to Louisiana State Line, repairing concrete pavement in westbound lanes. Daytime lane closures.

US 59 – From one mile south of FM 1997 to FM 1793, installing safety barrier cable. Daily lane closures.

SH 43 – At Kansas City Southern Railroad in Karnack, widening bridge over railroad. All traffic restricted to one lane with signal lights controlling traffic through work zone.

FM 1186 – From US 59 to Panola County Line, installing safety end treatments on culverts.

Marion County

US 59 – At Big Cypress Creek, repairing portions of concrete bridge. Daily lane closures.

Morris County

SH 49  – From Titus County Line to FM 144, repairing and resurfacing highway.

Panola County

US 79 – From SH 149 to Rusk County Line, repairing and resurfacing highway.

US 59 (NE Loop) – From US 59 North to US 79 East, repairing and resurfacing highway. On and off ramps at US 59 and NE Loop closed, traffic detoured accordingly.

SH 315 – From West Loop in Carthage to Rusk County Line, installing safety end treatments on culverts.

Titus County

SH 49 – From FM 1735 to Morris County Line, repairing and resurfacing highway.

Upshur County

None

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