Parmer County, TX

Lubbock County, TXLubbock Avalanche-Journal

Nearly $2M TxDOT road improvement project continues around South Plains

Work on a $1.92 million Texas Department of Transportation project to restripe various roadways in the Lubbock District is under way. Contractor Centerline Technologies, LLC, from Odessa, began work along FM 145 and FM 1731 in Parmer County earlier this month. Weather permitting, work will continue on roadways in Castro, Swisher and Floyd counties this week.
Lubbock, TXPlainview Daily Herald

TxDOT working to restripe roadways across Lubbock District

The Texas Department of Transportation is set to restripe roadways in the Lubbock District across several area counties. The $1.92 million project started last week in Parmer County and will include parts of Castro, Swisher and Floyd counties this week. Centerline Technologies, LLC, out of Odessa is the contractor for the project.
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Texas DoT to realign road to improve safety

The Texas Department of Transportation will begin work Monday to realign the intersection of FM 145 and the U.S. 70/84 intersection in Parmer County. “We’re realigning, or moving, FM 145 to connect with US 70/84 at a new location that makes more sense and improves safety,” said Steve Perez, a Littlefield area engineer for the department. “Currently, all FM 145 traffic is detoured around a closed Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) underpass. The new FM 145 route will shift the roadway about half a mile east and create a new at-grade railroad crossing and connection with US 70/84.”
Lubbock, TXPlainview Daily Herald

TxDOT seeks comments on Lubbock district project

Public comments are being accepted by the Texas Department of Transportation for its 2021-2024 Rural Transportation Improvement Program (Rural TIP). No in-person or virtual meeting has been held regarding the Rural TIP, but TxDOT is seeking public input on the Lubbock district project through Jan. 22. The project centers around...
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