Traffic Advisory: Expect Delays on US 277 N. Between Eagle Pass and Quemado

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LAREDO, TX — The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has issued a traffic advisory for travelers on US 277 N. between Eagle Pass and Quemado, Texas. Starting May 21, 2024, and continuing for approximately the next two weeks, motorists should anticipate significant travel delays due to pavement construction work.

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Details of the Construction

The construction work will involve milling and inlay pavement, necessitating the closure of one lane in each direction. As a result, travelers are advised to slow down, prepare to stop, and expect delays.

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Recommendations for Travelers

To mitigate the impact of these delays, TxDOT recommends that travelers leave 30 minutes earlier than usual to ensure they reach their destinations on time. This advisory is particularly important for those commuting or traveling through the area during peak hours.

Contact Information and Further Updates

For up-to-date road conditions statewide, travelers can visit the Texas TxDOT Highway Conditions website at Drive Texas or call 1-800-452-9292. For specific concerns or more information about the construction project, contact Raul Leal at or call (956) 712-7416.

Stay Connected

To stay informed about traffic alerts and updates in the Laredo District, follow TxDOT on social media:

Additionally, travelers can download the NextDoor App to receive real-time traffic alerts for the TxDOT Laredo District.

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About TxDOT Laredo District

The TxDOT Laredo District serves eight counties along the Texas-Mexico border: Dimmit, Duval, La Salle, Kinney, Maverick, Val Verde, Webb, and Zavala counties. The Texas Department of Transportation is responsible for maintaining 80,000 miles of road and supporting aviation, maritime, rail, and public transportation across the state.

Final Thoughts

Travelers on US 277 N. between Eagle Pass and Quemado should be prepared for delays and plan accordingly over the next two weeks. TxDOT appreciates the public’s patience and cooperation as they work to improve the road infrastructure for safer and more efficient travel.

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