Southeast Side street to be shut down for months as crews repair culvert

By Mariah Medina - Digital Journalist

SAN ANTONIO - A segment of a Southeast Side street will be shut down for months Monday as crews work to replace a culvert in the area.

Transportation & Capital Improvements announced that the 3400 block of Roland Avenue will be closed for a minimum of two months.

According to a news release, city employees will be working with residents in the area to address any questions or concerns they may have about the closure.

TCI provided the following detour routes:

  • Drivers heading east on Roland Avenue will need to turn right on Pecan Valley Drive, then left on Chickering Avenue and left on Talisman Road.  
  • Drivers heading west on Roland Avenue will need to turn left on Talisman Road, then right on Chickering Avenue and right on Pecan Valley Drive.

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