Residents interested in learning more about B-FEWS are encouraged to attend a public meeting about the system, which is scheduled for deployment over the next 12 to 18 months.
Construction work has slowed on the Downtown Quiet Zone recently, but progress is still being made, as city staff work to expedite the project as much as possible.
From parks to storm water and road improvements to sidewalks, residents will have the opportunity to give input on some projects and see big progress made on others. Here are 12 public improvement projects in Bryan to keep your eye on this year.
The traffic signal at Villa Maria Road and Midtown Park Boulevard will change from a flashing yellow to a full traffic signal beginning the morning of Friday, Dec. 10.
Members of the public are invited to attend an informational meeting about planned improvements to South College Avenue from West Villa Maria Road to Carson Street in Midtown.
Woodville Road from Old Hearne Road to the bridge at State Highway 6 has been completely reconstructed, allowing for better traffic flow, pedestrian access and improved sewers.
With 2020 behind us, City of Bryan staff are preparing to embark on a big year for big projects in Bryan. Here are 11 public improvement projects in Bryan to keep your eye on this year.
The Coulter Drive and East 32nd Street/Carter Creek intersection will be completely closed to traffic starting Monday, Nov. 23, 2020 until early January 2021 as part of the Coulter Drive Reconstruction Project.
Woodville Road will be closed between Woody Lane and Old Hearne Road from Friday, Sept. 11, 2020 until further notice as part of the Woodville Road Sewer Line Improvements Project.
The Woodville Road / SH 6 (Earl Rudder Freeway) overpass will be closed beginning March 30 and the South Coulter Drive Reconstruction Project is beginning April 6.