Traffic Changes Coming to Six Points Intersection
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX—Beginning on Thursday, August 12, Reytec Construction Resources, Inc. will be implementing a traffic control switch as they begin Phase 3 of construction. Phase 3 will switch the work zone from the south side of Ayers Street and Staples Street to the north side of Staples Street and Ayers Street in front of the Aveda Institute.
During Phase 3 of the project, drivers and pedestrians should expect to see the following lane closures and traffic changes:
- South Staples Street, in the southbound direction, will be reduced to one lane from Booty Street to South Alameda Street. Thru traffic will be shifted to the northside of South Staples Street (northbound lanes) between South Alameda Street and the Six Points Intersection
- Southbound thru traffic will remain on the northside up to the Six Points intersection. Southbound traffic will be able to continue either on South Staples Street or South Alameda Street. There will be no right turn onto Ayers Street as Ayers Street will be closed in the westbound direction
- South Staples, in the northbound direction, will be reduced to one lane from 10th Street to Six Points intersection
- Ayers Street, in the westbound direction, will be closed to thru traffic between the Six Points intersection and 10th Street. Westbound Traffic along Ayers Street will be right and left turn only at the Six Points intersection
- Ayers Street, in the eastbound direction, will be reduced to one lane between 10th Street and Six Points intersection
- South Alameda Street, in the northbound direction, will be reduced to one lane from Palmero Street to the Six Points intersection
- 10th Street, between Ayers Street and South Staples Street, has been reconstructed, and traffic flow has been changed to ONE-WAY in the southbound direction (Ayers Street to South Staples Street)
- Sidewalks will be closed within the work zone
Safety is a top priority, so motorists are reminded to be aware of the work zone, follow the posted detour signs, or seek alternate routes to avoid delays. For the latest on the Six Points Intersection Project, please visit www.cctexas.com/sixpoints.
For more information, media representatives can contact Sr. Public Information Officer Melanie Lowry at 361-826-3837 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.