Friday, February 23, 2024

OBA Alerts Starting March 27

The City of Southlake is finishing the month of March off strong with several mobility and construction improvement projects set to take place over the next few weeks.

If you’re a driver who regularly travels through these areas with ongoing construction, it’s important to remain vigilant and take extra precautions on the road.

Here’s the list and project details:

Drainage Improvements on San Saba Drive, March 27

Contractors will be on-site to install a storm line for the San Saba Drive Drainage Improvements Project on Monday, March 27, weather permitting. The closure will be conducted at the culvert crossing. Plans to detour traffic through Mission Drive to the Mission Hills neighborhood are set to occur. This project is expected to last approximately four to five weeks. Commuters should expect some traffic delays.

Asphalt Repair on Brumlow Avenue, March 27

The Public Works Streets Division will be on-site at the 1400 block of Brumlow Avenue starting Monday, March 27, through Tuesday, March 28, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., weather permitting. Traffic control procedures will take place throughout the project. One lane of traffic will remain open at all times.

Concrete Repair at the intersection of Lakeside Court and Westmont Drive, April 4- 7

Traffic improvements at the Lakeside Court and Westmont Drive intersection are set to occur on Tuesday, April 4, through Friday, April 7, weather permitting.

Contractors will be on-site to repair concrete at the intersection to make it easier for vehicles to transition into the turning lanes. One lane of traffic will remain open during the project.

Brumlow Lane Closures Coming October 6 and 7

TEXRail construction teams will be closing the northbound lanes of Brumlow Avenue at the intersection of SH 26 on October 6 and 7. This will be a daily closure from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to allow crews to install signal detection within the pavement.

Motorists should try and avoid the area if possible during the closures. To get more construction updates about the project, visit the TEXRail Construction website at:

More Road Closures on Brumlow Avenue Starting Saturday, August 18

UPDATE 8/14/2018 – Due to the rainy weather, the scheduled closing of the TexRail crossing on Brumlow Avenue is now planned for 8/18/2018 weather permitting.

Drivers should try and avoid Brumlow Avenue during the day Saturday, August 18. TexRail has advised the City of full northbound lane closures for concrete sealing and striping operations. The closure is expected to take place from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The southbound lanes will remain open during this operation.

On Monday, August 20 and Tuesday, August 21 (new dates) there will be alternating closures of the southbound lanes for same operations however through traffic will be maintained.

Visit the TEXRail Construction website for any updates:

Aug 11 Brumlow Closure

Brumlow Avenue to Close Again, Friday, July 6

Tomorrow morning, July 6, TexRail’s construction team will be reimplementing the FULL closure of Brumlow Avenue for the installation of the rail crossing, utility and paving improvements near the intersection of SH 26. TexRail’s team anticipates this closure to last through July 21 at this time.

Map of Brumlow Road Closure

TEXRail Construction: Brumlow Avenue to Close Week of June 25

TexRail’s construction team has informed City staff that they intend to implement a full closure of Brumlow Avenue starting the week of June 25 for installation of the rail crossing, utility and paving improvements near the intersection of SH 26.

The closure is scheduled to last all of next week and reopened on June 30 in advance of the Fourth of July holiday. The construction team anticipates reimplementing the full closure on July 6 and is planned to remain closed through July 18.

Brumlow Avenue Road Closure Map

Orange Barrel Alert: Old Brumlow Avenue Water Line Installation

Starting Monday, January 23rd through Friday, January 27th, DFS Fire Systems, LLC will be reducing Old Brumlow Avenue to one lane for the installation of a water line at 1215 Old Brumlow Avenue.

Flaggers will be present between the hours of 9 AM and 3 PM, Monday through Friday to assist the traveling public. During this time, commuters traveling north and southbound can expect delays. Commuters are advised to use the S. Carroll/E. Continental roundabout which will not be affected by this construction.

Be aware of work crews and exercise caution when traveling in this area.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact City of Southlake Civil Engineer, Alex Ayala at 817-748-8274.

Update 1/26/17: This construction will now continue through Friday, February 3th.

Orange Barrel Alert – Brumlow Avenue Construction Update

Area of construction for the Brumlow Widening Project

Area of construction for the Brumlow Widening Project

New traffic switches at Brumlow Avenue and State Highway (SH) 26 signal that the Brumlow Avenue Widening Project is entering its final month.

Beginning the week of January 4, 2016 and lasting the rest of the month, periodic traffic switches will occur at Brumlow Avenue, just north of SH 26. Weather permitting, contractors will need to close various lanes of traffic in order to work unobstructed and it’s likely these closures will impact traffic accessing Brumlow Avenue from SH 26.

Motorists are asked to use caution when traveling in the area and please keep in mind that, due to the nature of the work, delays are likely.

For more information about this project, please click here. For questions, contact Om Chhetri, P.E. at 817-748-8089

Orange Barrel Alert – Brumlow Construction Begins

Brumlow-MapConstruction on Brumlow Avenue at SH 26 is expected to begin the week of August 17, 2015.

Beginning the week of August 10, 2015, work will start on the Brumlow Avenue Widening Project. The contractor, Pavecon Public Works, LP, will widen Brumlow Avenue from SH 26 to the Alpine Materials driveway (see map) to 4 lanes with a center dual turn lane. The construction will also include:

  • Transition improvements from westbound SH 26 and northbound Pool Road
  • Capacity improvements to help relieve traffic congestion during the AM and PM peaks

Motorists can expect delays once construction begins. If possible, please seek alternate routes. The Public Works Department will provide periodic updates on the construction as they become available.

The project is a Southlake 2030 recommendation on the City’s Master Thoroughfare Plan and aims to ease traffic congestion stemming from the recent work on SH 26.

For questions, please contact the Public Works Department at 817-748-8098.