City to Microsurface Streets for $5.5 Million

Published 03/09 2014 03:50PM

Updated 03/09 2014 08:16PM

The City of Lubbock will spend up to $5.5 million for micro-surfacing of streets. Micro-surface is thin layer of paving material applied on streets to make them smoother and last longer. Official records say it is a 100-day project.

It will cover residential streets south of Erskine Street and west of Frankford Avenue. It will also cover most of the residential streets east of Slide Road, west of Quaker, south of 98th and north of 109th.

It will also cover:

•Indiana Avenue from the South Loop to 98th
•Quaker Avenue from the South Loop to 82nd Street
•82nd Street from Slide Road to Elgin Avenue
•University Avenue from 50th Street to the South Loop
•University Avenue from 98th Street to 82nd Street and
•82nd Street from University Avenue to Avenue U.

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