After a number of close calls and drivers ignoring one-way traffic signs, the City of Bryan says they are changing the flow of traffic near the construction on Beck Street.
Beginning Monday, Beck Street will be completely closed from Palasota Drive to just past Hickory Street.
Signs and barricades will detour traffic around the areas of construction, but will allow homeowners access to their driveways whenever possible.
The city says during periods when concrete is being poured and allowed to cure in front of homes, residents will have to park along side streets.
Once work is completed in one area, the road closure will shift along Beck Street in two-block sections.
The complete road closure is designed to eliminate driver confusion.
The Beck Street Extension Project extends Beck westward, all the way to Harvey Mitchell Parkway.
The $8 million project also extends Silkwood Drive and Suncrest Street to form an intersection with the new section of Beck.
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