The Texas Department of Transportation is continuing its work on the construction of a new bridge over the Red River on U.S. Highway 259 in Northeast Texas.The old bridge on the highway, which connects travelers between Texas and Oklahoma, was damaged during the flooding along the Red River back in the late spring and early summer of this year.

Here is the complete TxDOT Weekly Road Report:

Bowie County

US 259 – At Red River north of De Kalb, constructing new bridge.
IH 30 – From SH 8 to Anderson Creek, repairing pavement and installing new guard rails. Various lane closures.
US 82 – From IH 30 near New Boston to De Kalb, widening highway. Various lane closures.
FM 2253 – From IH 30 to US 82 at Leary, widening highway and overpass.
US 59 – From FM 2148 in Bowie County to FM 3129 in Cass County, converting pavement to concrete on the northbound lanes.  Traffic restricted to one lane each direction in the southbound lanes.
 
Camp County
 
None
 
Cass County
 
US 59 – From FM 2148 in Bowie County to FM 3129 in Cass County, converting pavement to concrete on the northbound lanes.  Traffic restricted to one lane each direction in the southbound lanes.
SH 77 – From FM 251 to FM 1841 in Atlanta, widening highway.
 
Harrison County
 
US 59 – At Loop 390, reconstructing intersection for concrete pavement.
FM 450 – At Little Cypress Creek, replacing bridges and relocating roadway.
FM 450 – At IH 20 south of Hallsville, widening bridge and approaches.
 
Marion County
 
US 59 – At FM 2208, reconstructing intersection for concrete pavement.
 
Morris County
 
IH 30 – From Titus County Line to Bowie County Line, repairing pavement and installing new guard rails. Various lane closures.
 
Panola County
 
None
 
Titus County
 
IH 30 – From Franklin County Line to Morris County Line, repairing pavement and installing new guard rails. Various lane closures.
 
Upshur County
 
SH 155 – From south of Sabine River to US 80, replacing bridges and widening roadway