SAN ANTONIO - UPDATE at 12:40 p.m.:
The Transportation and Capital Improvements department announced that all lanes on Wurzbach Road between Vance Jackson and Lockhill Selma are now reopened.
Paul Berry, spokesperson for TCI, said the construction project was finished 48 hours earlier than expected.
"Thanks to the work of our TCI street crews they finished the project 48 hours early. Now the road matches the Union Pacific Railroad for a smoother ride over the tracks," Berry said.
All lanes over the train tracks on Wurzbach Road between Vance Jackson and Lockhill Selma are closed.
District 8 Councilman Manny Pelaez tweeted San Antonio Transportation and Capital Improvements made the closure to "create a smoother transition from pavement to the tracks."
The closure will last until Friday.
Pelaez said access is limited to the area and recommends drivers take an alternate route.
Hi neighbors - @sanantoniotci has closed all lanes over the train tracks on Wurzbach Rd. between Vance Jackson & Lockhill Selma in order to create a smoother transition from pavement to the tracks. Access is limited. The closure will last until Friday. Take an alternate route! pic.twitter.com/V02H6r8THg — Councilman Pelaez (@District8Manny) May 15, 2018
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