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Posted on: September 29, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Elbel Road Construction Project


Work will begin on the Elbel Road project in October. The work involves installing some new storm drain piping and inlets and a new "mill and overlay." The new piping and inlets will help improve the drainage of the street between Westchester Dr. and Dietz Creek. The storm drain will take the longest to complete. Once the storm drain work is completed, the street will receive a “mill and overlay.” This involves removing a portion of the existing asphalt surface and replacing it with a new asphalt layer. The new driving surface will be smoother and will help extend the life of the street. The new surface will be similar to the new surface placed on Schertz Parkway between Live Oak and the railroad tracks last year. The storm drain work and the mill and overlay are expected to be completed around the end of the year, weather permitting.  

The project will also replace the HAWK pedestrian crossing system at Westchester with a new traffic signal. This may be done after the roadwork is complete. The traffic signal equipment and hardware often have a very long lead time. The existing HAWK system will remain in place and be operational until the new traffic signal is fully complete and operational. The traffic signal will improve pedestrian safety at the Westchester intersection and will also help the intersection function more efficiently.

Project Update 10/08/2021

The Elbel Storm Drain and Overlay project traffic control will be expanded on Monday, October 11. The construction area will be on the north side of the street in front of the Post Office and part of the school campus as shown in the attached maps. In the construction area, traffic will be restricted to one lane in each direction. Access to the Post Office and to the School will be maintained during construction. Some drive approaches may be temporarily closed during parts of the day, but others will remain open to provide access. Please slow down, follow the traffic control devices, and allow extra time for traveling through the project area.



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