Volume 9, Number 3
Motorists in the Waco District will be treated to a record number of wildflowers this summer — and especially next spring — thanks to 3,700 pounds of seeds to be planted across rural sections of the district's state highway network and some sections of I-35. | Read More
In recent years, transportation agencies in the United States, including the Texas Department of Transportation, have noticed the premature failures of some newly constructed pavements. Concern that contaminants in recycled engine-oil products might be affecting the binders in asphalt led TxDOT to contract a two-year study of the problem by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. | Read More
I-35 Public Information Officer
Future Events Being Planned
We're now scheduling evening project-update meetings for the communities along I-35. If you'd like to have one in your area, call us and we'd be glad to get it set up for you.
I-35 Waco Public Open House
4:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m.
Knox Hall, Texas Ranger Museum
I-35 Waco Steering Committee Meeting
3:45 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
South Waco Community Center
2815 Speight Ave
Week of April 29
I-35 Waco Construction: Expected Start Date