Remaining I-35 Work Around Baylor Continues During Spring Semester
WACO, Texas (Jan. 13, 2023) – As Baylor University begins the spring semester on Jan. 17, Interstate 35 construction crews will continue work at busy intersections around campus – particularly 4th/5th and 11th/12th streets – as they complete final construction on I-35.
Students, faculty and staff should be prepared for intermittent traffic impacts at 4th/5th and 11th/12th as crews bring traffic signals online at those intersections. As this area remains an active construction zone, please be cautious and alert when driving, walking or biking at these intersections.
In addition, crews are working to complete remaining projects from MLK Boulevard to 17th Street, including:
- Roadway pavement work to complete 5th Street on the west side (toward downtown) of I-35
- Small sections of sidewalk paving in various areas
- Lane markings for crosswalks and stop bars at intersections
- Work at 16th Street and Speight Avenue on the northbound frontage road to complete the intersection
- Aesthetic features like pavers, globe lights and landscaping
- Wastewater line work on the southbound frontage road between 2nd and 4th streets
- Traffic signal work and small sign installations
The campus community should expect intermittent traffic impacts at various times for the work above as well. If these impacts are significant, Baylor will continue to keep campus updated via Newsflash email and University social media channels.
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