JFK Bridge Construction Beginning Again

Nov. 29, 2022
The $9 million rehabilitation project is set to be finished before Spring Break

The JFK Causeway Bridge project is set to begin its final phase on December 1 according to this press release by the City of Corpus Christi.

Completion of the $9 million rehabilitation project in Corpus Christi, Texas is scheduled to be completed before Spring Break 2023.

The first step will be striping temporary travel lanes which will allow work to continue for the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) contractors.

Eastbound and westbound lanes will be reduced to one lane set up on the north side of the bridge.

Steel barriers will be moved to separate the lanes and an additional barrier will separate the eastbound lane from the work zone on the south side of the bridge.

The construction will be nightly operations. The new traffic pattern work should be completed early in the following week.

The JKF Causeway bridge project is to maximize the life of the bridge with focus on the main span including substructure, superstructure and railing.


Source: CCTexas.com

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