Construction on Six Points Intersection and Traffic Signal Improvements Begins Next Week
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Phase 1A of construction for the Six Points Intersection and Traffic Signal Improvements project is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, April 6, as weather permits.
The project scope includes:
- Full reconstruction of the Six Points Intersection.
- Conversion of 10th Street, from Ayers Street to Staples Street, heading southbound from a two-way street to a one-way street.
- Full reconstruction of Palmero Street, from Staples Street to Alameda Street.
- Conversion of the former RTA transfer station into a plaza area with parking spaces.
- Curb and gutter, driveway, pavement markings, signage, traffic signalization, street lighting, ADA and pedestrian improvements.
- Utility improvements, including gas, storm water drainage, water, and wastewater.
Drivers and pedestrians should expect the following traffic changes:
- Ayers Street, between the Six Points Intersection and 10th Street will be closed to thru traffic.
- Ayers Street, between Brownlee Boulevard and 10th Street, will be closed to thru traffic. Access will be provided to local businesses.
- The “Right Only” travel lane along southbound Staples Street between Alameda Street and the Six Points Intersection will be closed.
- 10th Street, between Ayers Street and Staples Street will be closed to thru traffic. Access will be provided to local businesses.
- Motorists traveling in the right lane, along westbound Ayers Street, must turn right at the Six Points Intersection.
- Sidewalks and crosswalks at the immediate intersection of Ayers Street and 10th Street will be closed.
The Phase 1A construction traffic changes are expected to last approximately one month. Traffic changes will be adjusted as the construction project progresses.
Safety is the City’s top priority. Motorists and pedestrians are reminded to be cautious of the work zone, follow all traffic control signals, and seek alternate routes to avoid delays.
For more information media representatives can contact Engineering Public Information Officer Cynthia Garcia at 361-826-3528 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.