New Braunfel’s Common Street project is ahead of schedule

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The city of New Braunfels is ahead of schedule on an estimated six-month project that began on Common Street in November. The project includes road repairs and improvements to pedestrian accommodations on a roughly one-mile stretch of roadway between Gruene Road and Sundance Parkway. According to city officials, affected traffic lanes will be shifted in various areas from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. for the duration of the project.

Timeline: November-March


Cost: $923,408

Funding source: city of New Braunfels 2013 bond


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