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TxDOT releases new highway closure schedule for 1604 expansion project

It’s recommended to check the updated schedule to prevent traffic headaches during your weekend commutes.

SATXtoday: 1604 Expansion Project at I-10

TxDOT’s 1604 expansion project is currently working on lifting and setting steel beams while crews construct flyover ramps at the I-10 interchange on San Antonio’s northside.

Photo by SATXtoday team

TxDOT is giving San Antonians an early Christmas (in July) gift. Beginning this weekend through Labor Day, TxDOT released a schedule of various closures for its 1604 expansion project. Meaning, you’ll know when you can check out Box St.'s newest location in La Cantera Heights or slate it for another weekend.

Major closures

Drivers will want to avoid the area due to one highway and the ramps being closed in both directions.

  • Friday, June 28 to Monday, July 1
  • Friday, July 12 to Monday, July 15
  • Friday, Aug. 16 to Monday, Aug.19
  • Friday, Aug. 23 to Monday, Aug. 26

Minor closures

During these dates, some lanes and ramps may be closed.

  • Friday, July 19 to Monday, July 22
  • Friday, July 26 to Monday, July 29
  • Friday, Aug. 2 to Monday, Aug. 5

No closures

Don’t worry about traffic and closures on these dates. All lanes on both highways plan to be open on these dates.

  • Thursday, July 4 to Monday, July 8
  • Friday, Aug. 9 to Monday, Aug. 12
  • Friday, Aug. 30 to Monday, Sept. 2

Don’t miss: These closures only happen on the weekends — from 9 p.m. on Fridays until 5 a.m. on Mondays.

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