Starting July 9th, the west-bound entrance ramp between Wurzbach Road and Huebner Road, closed and will remain closed for approximately nine weeks.
Fredericksburg Rd Lane Closure
The far right northbound traffic lane on Fredericksburg Road at Callaghan Road will be closed for longer than originally anticipated as utility and other street and site work is done in preparation for VIA' s Primo in-line station to begin construction at 5202 Fredericksburg Road this spring. The remaining northbound lanes of Fredericksburg Road near the site will be left open for traffic flow.
Babcock from Hamilton Wolfe to Medical Drive
Maintenance. This project is scheduled to begin in fiscal year 2012 and should last about a week once work begins.
TRAFFIC CONGESTION AT STMC
We wanted to make you aware of several large transportation projects around the STMC that will result in severe traffic problems:
The grade separation at Fred & Med will be a huge project lasting nearly two years. Please check the TxDot website for updates. Traffic will be impacted on both Medical and Fredericksburg roads.
Medical Drive west of Fredericksburg is having landscape medians installed during now through early October 2012 which will have an impact on traffic in both directions on Medical Drive.
The widening of IH 10 West will result in traffic being re-routed onto and off of various service roads. The details have not been completely worked out with TxDOT, but traffic leaving Medical westbound on 10 will be impacted. For alternate IH 10 routes please go to the COSA Dept of Public Works website.
For these reasons, we are suggesting that you consider alternative routes through the STMC. We suggest you do this sooner rather than later.
UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM
This project is in progress and should be complete by the end of the fourth quarter of 2013.
Parking Garage at Wurzbach and Medical Drive
This project is in progress and should be complete by the end of the second quarter of 2012.
BRT PRIMO Project at Babcock and Medical
This project is in progress and should be complete by the end of 2012.