It’s the best kind of traffic alert for anyone who drives along the Interstate-635/ LBJ Freeway! The commuter construction headache is wrapping up three months ahead of schedule.
Don’t feel the need to rub your eyes to make sure you read this story correct! Officials with the LBJ Express Project say the entire length of the roadway will open three months ahead of schedule.
The Dallas North Tollway (DNT) at I-635 ramps will be closed overnight for work on the LBJ Express project.
The LBJ Express team will close the westbound I-635 main lanes Monday evening.
The much anticipated LBJ toll connector to I-35E did not open Saturday as planned.
Commuters traveling along Interstate-635/LBJ Freeway Friday afternoon better enjoy the ride, because one stretch of the loop won’t be open much longer.
A new video provides a glimpse into how the completed $2 billion project, from I-35 to I-635, might alleviate traffic for years to come.
As work continues on the LBJ Express Project – so does the noise. Now a number of homeowners are complaining that they can’t sleep, because loud jackhammers are being used at all hours of the night.
Drivers traveling on 635-LBJ this weekend can expect long delays with the demolition of the Preston Road bridge set to begin.
For a lot of North Texans traveling on Interstate-635/LBJ Freeway equals construction and traffic jams, but engineers across the state are using the roadwork project as a model.
A lawsuit filed against the Texas Department of Transportation last week claims the height of new ramps under construction at the LBJ / Interstate 35 interchange will make their billboards less valuable, because they’ll be less visible.
Just as students start heading back to school, some big changes will be coming to the LBJ Express highway construction project, as new areas open up to vehicle and foot traffic.