Six Points Intersection Project Nears Completion as Final Phases Begin
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX—Beginning on Monday, October 4, City contractors will be implementing a traffic control switch as they begin Phase 6 and 6A of construction at the Six Points Intersection. These are the last two phases of the project.
Phases 6 and 6A switch the work zone from the southeast corner of Ayers Street and South Alameda Street to the southeast corner of Ayers Street and South Staples Street. Drivers and pedestrians should expect to see the following lane closures and traffic changes:
- Full closure of the inside thru lane and the right turning along South Staples Street to the Six Points intersection. Motorists continuing southbound onto South Alameda Street will be shifted left onto the northbound lane of South Staples Street and continue this movement thru the intersection. Traffic will be shifted back to their normal lanes after the Palmero Street intersection.
- Full closure of the left lane along Ayers Street, in the westbound direction, between 7th Street and the Six Points intersection.
- Full closure of the southbound lanes along South Alameda Street, between the Six Points intersection and Palmero Street.
- Reduction to one lane along northbound South Alameda Street, between Palmero Street and the Six Points intersection.
- Full closure of the northbound lanes along South Staples Street, between 10th Street and the Six Points intersection. Motorists traveling northbound will be shifted left onto the southbound lane of South Staples Street.
- Full closure of Palmero Street, between South Alameda Street and South Staples Street.
- 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.
- Full closure of the right lane along Ayers Street, in the eastbound direction, between 10th street and the Six Points Intersection.
- Sidewalks will be closed within the work zone.
Safety is a top priority. Motorists are reminded to be aware of the work zone, follow the posted detour signs, and 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.