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Phase 1, Segment 1 Is Now Open. Construction of the San Pedro Creek Culture Park Continues.

To accommodate the project’s underground utility work that is currently taking place, please be aware of possible lane closures and road detours if traveling downtown near the construction area. For the latest construction and traffic information, please sign up for construction email updates below or download the San Pedro Creek app on Google Play or on iTunes.

Preparation for Phase 1.2

Updates for the Week of September 16, 2018

The Sundt-Davila Joint Venture team will continue setting underground electric infrastructure at the Commerce Street bridge in Phase 1.2.

To view a larger, downloadable version of the traffic map that shows all closures, please click here.

Current Closures

  • All lanes of Commerce Street and the sidewalks from Flores Street to Laredo Street will be closed for three months.
  • Calder Alley between Dolorosa and West Commerce Street is closed permanently until construction is complete.
  • Pedestrians walking to Market Square, the Farmers Market or Main Plaza should use Dolorosa, Santa Rosa or Camaron Streets to avoid construction on the Commerce Street bridge.
  • For VIA bus stop closures and route information, please call the VIA Route Information Hotline at 210-362-2020.

Construction Notes

  • Crews will continue hauling off spoils from drilling shafts between Houston and Commerce Streets in Phase 1.2. 
  • Crews will continue installing stabilization shafts between Houston and Commerce Street.
  • The team will form and pour concrete for a pier cap between Houston and Commerce streets.
  • Crews will continue setting the underground electric infrastructure at the Commerce Street bridge.
  • Crews will continue to rebuild the historic wall between Commerce and Dolorosa streets.
  • The team will install stabilization rods and shafts between Commerce and Dolorosa streets and begin installation of rods between Dolorosa and Nueva streets.
  • Raba Kistner will be conducting data recovery excavations to document archaeological deposits encountered in Calder Alley.
  • For information regarding other construction projects in the downtown area, please visit the City of San Antonio’s Transportation and Capital Improvements website.