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Published on Friday, March 07, 2014
Spring Break travelers heading to popular San Antonio destinations like the Witte Museum and the San Antonio Zoo will find two lanes of traffic open in the eastbound direction on Hildebrand. Lanes on Broadway are also open in both directions. The attached map shows routes to parking for these attractions.
Through-traffic on Mulberry Avenue to US 281 is not encouraged as Spring Break travelers will also be using Mulberry Avenue to reach the San Antonio Zoo and area restaurants. Drivers are reminded to take Josephine Street to reach US 281. That detour route is highlighted on the attached map.
The Broadway Corridor Phase IIIA (Broadway-Hildebrand) project will provide a drainage system designed to convey a 100-year storm event across Broadway Street, improving driving conditions and safety along Broadway Street and Hildebrand Avenue. This project also includes reconstruction of Broadway and Hildebrand with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, addition of turn lanes and traffic signal improvements. SAWS and CPS Energy will be replacing and adjusting the water, sewer and gas facilities throughout the project area. In addition, this project includes the construction of the approved Broadway Street/Hildebrand Avenue underground conversion project as part of the CPS Energy CIED Program to bury all overhead utility lines at the four corners of the intersection.
Categories: Transportation & Capital Improvements
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