Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation said while the resurfacing of Hwy. 6 from Hwy. 290 to Park Row has been completed, the contractor is wrapping up minor work, with a target completion of February.

This includes the replacement of traffic signal detection devices at intersections, and the installation of permanent striping and traffic buttons.

Community Impact had previously reported work started in May 2022 on a resurfacing project along an 8.5-mile portion of Hwy. 6.

A major component of the project was the resurfacing of roadways in order to remove cracks and potholes that have developed over time. The project will result in a smoother driving surface and a safer roadway, officials said.

Timeline: May 2022-February 2023

Cost: $8.98 million