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TXDOT Working In Shelby and San Augustine Counties

As the holidays approach, TxDOT contractors and maintenance employees are working to facilitate construction and maintenance projects that will enhance safety and improve traffic flow. As motorists plan their holiday shopping and travel, TxDOT urges drivers to stay alert, reduce speed through work areas and drive to conditions. Watch out for workers near the roadways.



US 96: Traffic is detoured as crews work to add passing lanes and reconstruct pavement from the Shelby County line to FM 3451.

SH 21: Crews will continue replacing metal guard fence and safety treating fixed objects from SH 147 to FM 1.

SH 147: Crews will work to level up pavement and perform ditch maintenance.

SH 103: Tree contractors are scheduled to work in the area and crews will be repairing road base and maintaining ditches and treating overgrown vegetation.

FM 1175: Crews will repair and replace metal beam guard fencing from the end of the pavement to FM 83.

FM 705: Crews will continue to safety treat fixed objects from SH 147 to the end of pavement.


US 84: Work will continue on concrete paving in the eastbound lanes of the Texas/Louisiana Bridge at the Sabine River. Paving is also scheduled to begin on LA 5.

US 96: Crews will continue to mill and plane existing surface and overlay from 1.4 miles north of SH 87 to SH 87 in Center.

SH 7: Crews will install driveway culverts, cross drainage structures and safety treat fixed objects from 4.4 miles east of FM 2913 to US 96.

SH 7: Maintenance crews will work in the westbound lane to repair pavement edges.

FM 415:  Construction continues to replace the bridge and approaches at Bear Bayou.

FM 699: Maintenance crews will repair pavement edges.

CR 4256: Crews will set concrete bridge decks at the tributary of Flat Fork Creek.

Box culverts are being constructed on CR 3564 Hilliard Creek and work continues on bridge replacements throughout the project at Spinney Creek and Shoal Creek on CR 4455.

Various locations: Maintenance crews will patch potholes, install and repair signs, remove debris from the roadways and repair mailboxes.


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