Monthly Archives - August 2019

New Traffic Signal at Colorado and MLK

The new traffic signal at Colorado and MLK is now active. This week look for more changes along MLK. The traffic signal at Colorado and MLK is now active. Meanwhile, the signal light at Congress has been modified to serve as a pedestrian crossing light only. The bus lane in front of the Bob Bullock Museum will be close permanently on Monday, August 5, 2019. The construction zone fencing and barriers on Congress Avenue will be moved to the curb of [...]

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Construction Update August 2, 2019

Safe Crosswalks To cross MLK Blvd. at: Colorado – Use the western crosswalk and the north sidewalk to reach the Congress Ave. crosswalk in front of the Blanton Cafe. Congress (at the Bullock Museum) – Use the western crosswalk closest to the Blanton Cafe. NOTE: This intersection is now a pedestrian only crossing. Brazos (at the ERS Building) – Use the north sidewalk alont MLK Blvd. to San Jacinto, cross MLK Blvd. using the eastern crosswalk closest to the creek (just before Trinity St.). San [...]

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Parking Update August 2, 2019

ALERT State Parking Lot 3 – (17th & Colorado) will close on Monday, August 5 and fleet vehicles have been reassigned parking space in State Parking Lot 19. ALERT Garage R – The Brazos entrance and exit to Garage R is now open with access only from 17th Street. The first floor down ramp has 17 new 30-minute public visitor parking spaces. Only designated spaces are open to the public on a first-come first-serve basis. DPS will ticket any vehicles [...]

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General Capitol Complex News August 2, 2019

JOIN US: August 6, 2019 – 3rd Annual Business Expo at the Bullock Museum The Texas Facilities Commission (TFC) and Texas State University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) invite construction contractors and vendors to join us at our free business expo. This event is educational and networking platform to review the latest developments of the Texas Capitol Complex project. We will also discuss how to tap into the $1.7 billion (combination of the 84th & 86th legislative appropriations) construction budget. [...]

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