TEMPLE - City officials have broken ground on the Northwest Loop 363 expansion project. With a price tag of $50 million, several parties worked together to foot the bill, including the City of Temple, the Texas Department of Transportation and the Texas Transportation Commission.
The city plans to create a continuous four-lane highway and grade-separated interchanges between SH 36 and Airport and Wendland Roads — as well as an upgrade to about four miles of an existing two-lane road from the BNSF railroad line to FM 2305.
In May 2012, the Temple City Council awarded a contract worth more than $39 million to James Construction Group of Belton.
Read more at the Temple Daily Telegram.
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