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Bell Street construction project update January 2020

Post Date:01/10/2020 9:40 AM

Current project update (Jan. 2020):

Old Ballinger Highway to U.S. Highway 67 is complete.


U.S. Highway 67 to Pulliam street is approximately 50% complete in rebuilding the roadway and replacing the driving surface with concrete.


Pulliam Street to the Concho River is approximately 30% complete with sewer infrastructure currently being replaced, once the utilities have been moved then the construction on rebuilding the roadway will begin.


Bell Street Reconstruction Project


Speed limits on Bell Street have been reduced to 25 mph in construction zones to ensure workers’ and motorists’ safety as the roadway is being rebuilt.

The contractor on the $22 million reconstruction of Bell Street is Reece Albert of San Angelo. The work began in July of 2018 and is estimated to be completed in late 2021.

The project involves removing, replacing and relocating water and sewer lines at a cost of approximately $12 million. The remaining $10 million will be spent rebuilding the roadway from the base up. Its new driving surface will be concrete, which is more durable and requires less maintenance and fewer repairs than asphalt.

Bell Street Road Closures and Detours 

Underground utilities on Bell Street are being installed before pavement construction can proceed. This work requires portions of Bell Street to be fully closed. Vehicles will be detoured onto side streets around the work areas, which may stretch as far as three blocks long.    

The work will be ongoing for the next several months. 

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Drivers should anticipate different work zone conditions from day to day.    

Work zone traffic control signs, barricades and detours will be placed in the appropriate areas. Drivers are encouraged to be alert and observe all signs.

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