**TRAFFIC LANES TO BE SHIFTED TO MAKE ROOM FOR PAVING FROM BABCOCK TO THE LEON CREEK BRIDGE**
Traffic was shifted over the weekend to allow another layer of paving on Hausman between Babcock and the Leon Creek Bridge.
**NIGHT WORK AT THE HAUSMAN/BABCOCK RD INTERSECTION THIS WEEK**
Paving will occur on Babcock at eh Hausman Rd intersection this week. The paving will be done during night hours starting Wednesday night. We are expected to be complete before the weekend.
**PLEASE NOTE: ALL WORK IS SUBJECT TO FAVORABLE WEATHER CONDITIONS**
**AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY ALLOWED IN CONSTRUCTION AREAS**
WORK PLAN BY SECTION OF ROADWAY
Loop 1604 to Kyle Seale Parkway
Kyle Seale Parkway to Huntsman
Huntsman to Babcock
Babcock to JV Bacon
JV Bacon to IH 10
Paving on Roadrunner Way
Base Preparation for Hike and Bike Path
Southside of Hausman Road Going Toward IH-10
Huesta Creek Hike and Bike Trail Construction Under Hausman Road
From Loop 1604 to IH-10
The Hausman Road project will reconstruct the roadway to four lanes from Loop 1604 to I-10. There will be two lanes of traffic in each direction. The project includes turn lanes at intersections, grassy medians in some areas, sidewalks on the north side of the roadway, new driveway approaches and drainage improvements. The project will also construct a 10’ concrete hike and bike trail on the south side of the roadway which will connect to the Leon Creek Greenway hike and bike trails.
Construction Start: December 2013
Anticipated Construction Completion: July 2016
$1.66 million - 2007 Bond Savings
$43.5 million - 2012 Bond
$15.8 million - Bexar County
$1.3 million - City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation
$10 million - San Antonio Water System
$4.8 million - CPS Energy
$77.06 million Total
Transportation & Capital Improvements (TCI), City of San Antonio
San Antonio Water System (SAWS)
Sundt Construction – Design-Build Contractor
URS – Engineer under Sundt
Q. How will this project make turning left from Woller Rd onto Hausman easier?
A. There will be a 14' grassy median installed on the west side of the intersection. Vehicles will be able to pull out alongside the nose of the median to wait for a gap in westbound Hausman traffic.
Q. Will the City need to buy land from property owners for the project?
A. Yes, the City will need to acquire some property from property owners for the project. Property owners who will be affected have already been contacted. In most cases, the property the City needs to acquire are strips of land along Hausman for the widening of the roadway.
Q. Will detour routes and schedules be provided in advance to the public?
A. Yes. The website will have up-to-date information on upcoming closures and detours. In addition, an email notice will be provided to those who sign up for project email blasts. That being said, most of the construction will be able to happen while maintaining two-way traffic (one lane in each direction) on Hausman.
Q. How do I sign up for those email blasts?
A. You can sign up by entering your email address at the bottom of this webpage. Your email will not be used for any other purpose than Hausman Road updates. Once the project is finished, no other emails will be sent out. You can also unsubscribe at any time.
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