Old Grissom Road Project
This project will provide a bicycle underpass through a concrete structure under Old Grissom Road. Mill and overlay roadway from Culebra to Grissom Road. This project is scheduled to start December 2015 and completed late summer
Tezel Road (Culebra Road to Timber Path Road) Project
Tezel will be widened to 4 lanes with curbs, bike lanes and a continuous tow-way left-turn lane. Construct drainage improvements and add or replace sidewalks as needed. This project is schedule to be completed the summer of 2016. For
more updates on this project, visit the Tezel Road Project.
Ingram Road (Culebra Road to Mabe Road) Project
Ingram will be reconstructed and widened to a 4-lane roadway with bicycle facilities. Curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, traffic and drainage improvements will be added as needed. This project is scheduled to be completed September 2016. For more updates on this project, visit the Ingram Road Project.
Mountain View Estes, Phase III Drainage Project
This project will install drainage system that ties into an existing box culvert system on Rogers and outfalls into a tributary of Culebra Creek to resolve flooding issues in the Mountain View Estates area. Project will complement Phase I and II presently under design and funded via Regional Storm Water Facilities Fund. This project is scheduled to be completed March 2016.
Cathedral Rock Park
This project will give general park improvements, consistent with the park’s Master Plan for parking, trails, lighting and playground expansions. This project is scheduled to be completed December 2015.
New Territories Park
This park will have general park improvements to include trail and security lighting. This project is scheduled to be completed January 2016.
Oscar Perez Park
This park will have general park improvements to include walking rail improvements. This project is scheduled to be completed May 2016.
Maze Family YMCA/ Public Library
Residents of District 6 will soon be able to access a new branch library and YMCA at the corner of Highway 151 & Potranco Road in what will be known as the Mays Family YMCA at Potranco & the Potranco Branch Public Library. On Monday, November 2, 2015, the City of San Antonio & YMCA held a wall breaking ceremony to celebrate the interior renovations currently underway within the former Albertson’s building which is approximately 58,500 square feet. The library will occupy approximately 5,000 square feet and will feature books, media, public computing lab with broadband internet, WiFi, laptops for check out, & programming for all ages. The YMCA will occupy approximately 53,000 square feet will feature multiple group exercise classrooms, a family adventure zone, a multi-generational center, a teaching kitchen, & an indoor swimming pool. Construction is underway and both facilities are scheduled to open simultaneously in Fall 2016. The Mays Family YMCA will be the 12th branch location in Greater San Antonio & is estimated to serve 8,000 members. The Potranco Branch Public Library will be the 30th location for the San Antonio Public Library System.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) broke ground on an $81.8 million project to add
two direct connectors
to the interchange of Texas Highway 151 and Interstate 410 on the northwest side of San Antonio.
This project is funded by
, which was approved by Texas voters in 2014. The San Antonio region garnered $147.3 million of the $1.74 billion in funds generated state-wide for fiscal year 2015 to use to enhance safety, improve mobility and repair roads strained by unanticipated traffic volumes.
The direct connectors being added by
Williams Brothers Construction
at the intersection of Hwy 151 and I-410 will serve traffic moving from eastbound Hwy 151 to northbound I-410 and traffic moving from southbound I-410 to westbound Hwy 151. An auxiliary lane will be added to each direction of I-410
between Hwy 151 and Ingram Road, helping traffic adjust to the new direct connectors. Some entrance and exit ramps along I-410 will also be adjusted on this project, which will wrap up in 2018.