Local residents weary of road construction should be seeing some light at the end of the tunnel soon, as some projects are nearing completion.
That’s according to a presentation made to the Kyle City Council Sept. 17 by Leon Barba of the city’s Engineering Department.
Here’s a breakdown of what’s nearly done, and what’s not:
• Lehman Road: Project is currently about 30 percent complete, with road still closed from FM 150 to Primrose Boulevard. Work from FM 150 to Masonwood and at the intersection of Hiver and Goldenrod is expected to be complete by February 2020. The entire project is scheduled for completion in August 2020.
• Burleson Street: Project is currently about 53 percent complete. Section from Center to Live Oak open for local traffic only, while work continues on retaining wall by church. Detention pond scheduled for completion October 2019. Current work continuing from Live Oak to Star of Texas and from Barrera to railroad tracks. Estimated completion is June 2020.
• Kyle Crossing: Project is currently 45 percent complete, with overall completion scheduled for December 2019.
• Bunton Creek Interceptor: Project is currently 96 percent complete. Line installation is complete but testing remains. Final walk through expected at the end of September 2019.