Phase1, 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.
- Calder Alley between Dolorosa and West Commerce Street is closed permanently until construction is complete.
- Southbound North Santa Rosa from San Saba Street to West Martin Street is reduced to one lane.
- Camaron Street from Houston Street to Quincy is closed. All intersection street crossings are open. Vehicular traffic is allowed to cross Camaron Street at Travis Street.
- Pedestrians should follow detour signage along Santa Rosa, Travis, Martin, Kingsbury and Flores Streets.
- Vehicles should follow detour signage along South Flores, West Sheridan, Guadalupe and Santa Rosa Streets.
- For VIA bus stop closures and route information, please call the VIA Route Information Hotline at 210-362-2020.
- The Sundt-Davila Joint Venture team will continue installing lighting and fencing at the tunnel inlet.
- Crews will continue installing irrigation lines, topsoil, landscaping and mulch throughout the project.
- Construction crews will continue installing and painting railing along the project limits.
- The team will pave and stripe Camaron, Martin and Travis Streets and install street signs.
- A subcontractor will continue installing tile between Martin and Travis Streets.
- Installation of the fin lighting for the Travis Street Gatehouse will continue.
- Crews will install way-finding signs between Travis and Houston Streets.
- The team will pour concrete for the north and south ends of the paseo on the east side of the creek between Travis and Houston Streets.
- Crews will install terrazzo between Travis and Houston Streets.
- For information regarding other construction projects in the downtown area, please visit the City of San Antonio’s Transportation and Capital Improvements website.