Cones, lane closures and traffic delays on one of San Angelo’s busiest roads has many motorist taking alternate routes. The City of San Angelo is working to repair aging water mains on Sherwood Way. Crews began working on the project Jan. 4. Completion is estimated at six to eight weeks, according to city public information officer, Anthony Wilson.
During the repair process, there will be times when the road will be closed and traffic rerouted. Crews will be working between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The bus stop on Sherwood Way in front of H-E-B will be temporarily relocated closer to the West Avenue N intersection. Temporary bus stop signs alerting passengers of the change will be posted by mid-January.
Business entrances to Sonic Drive-In and H-E-B will remain open.
Water costumers may experience temporary service disruptions of two to four hours during construction. The project’s contractor, Darnell Construction, will provide a 24 hour notice of any anticipated interruptions in service.