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Upcoming downtown San Antonio lane closures

If you’re heading downtown be mindful of which roads will be closed to save yourself the headache.

Cars stopped in one lane with traffic cones directing the vehicles.

We’re here to give you an update on upcoming lane closures to make your day as smooth as possible.

Photo by the City of San Antonio

The sweet sounds of bulldozers. With all the events going on in downtown San Antonio this month, the construction on our city stops for no one. Before you commute downtown this week, check out these lane closures and plan accordingly.

Dolorosa Street closure

SATXtoday: Dolorosa Street Lane Closure Map

A map of the Dolorosa Street lane closure.

Map provide by City of San Antonio

Through Feb. 9, one block of Dolorosa Street — from Santa Rosa Street to Laredo Street — is reduced to one lane for electric duct bank installation. The lane closures will start at 9 a.m. to accommodate the morning commute and reopen at 7 p.m. daily.

Santa Rosa Street closure

SATXtoday: Santa Rosa Street Road Closure

Two blocks of Santa Rosa are closed due to construction.

Map provided by City of San Antonio

Two blocks of Santa Rosa Street — from Dolorosa Street to Houston Street — will close for two weeks to extend water lines and plans to reopen by Sunday, February 18. The following intersections will remain open:

  • Santa Rosa & Dolorosa (eastbound only)
  • Santa Rosa & Commerce (westbound only)
  • Santa Rosa & Houston (westbound and eastbound)
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