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Construction Updates:


Broadway (E. Jones to Roy Smith)

  • Westside roadway reconstruction continues thru early May 2024, including curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and pavers.
  • Two-Way traffic northbound and southbound is opened, and will be maintained while working on the west side of the roadway.


Broadway (Brooklyn Ave. to Pecan) 

  • Sidewalk, and paver work with traffic access northbound and southbound thru Septmber 2024
  • Businesses and driveway access will be maintained
  • Pedestrian access provided to businesses.  


Project Notes:

  • Contractor Sundt Construction continues roadway reconstruction on the Broadway Corridor Lower Segment (E. Houston St. to IH-35) project, and bike lane work on the Avenue B and N. Alamo Bike Lane project.
  • The entire project corridor is open to vehicular traffic. 
  • Pedestrian access is available throughout the corridor, except for the 400 block of Broadway between McCullough Ave. and 4th St. pedestrian detour signage is posted in this area.
  • Avenue B, McCullough, and N. Alamo bike lanes are completed
  • All work is weather permitting, construction scheduling adjusted daily as needed by Sundt

Work Zone Maps:


Broadway (Brooklyn to Pecan) 

Sidewalk, and paver work with traffic access northbound and southbound open



Broadway (E. Jones to Roy Smith) 

Sidewalk, and paver work with traffic access northbound and southbound open



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Come Chat with Talkin' Broadway!

The City of San Antonio's Communications and Engagement department has teamed up with the Office of Innovation to launch a new engagement platform that will raise awareness about a bond project on Lower Broadway. The Smart Cities team in the Office of Innovation collaborates with City departments and uses prototypes to test new tools. Talkin’ Broadway is a new way for City leaders to engage with people visiting the corridor.

With Talkin' Broadway, anyone can have a conversation with a friendly chatbot. You can do this by scanning a QR code located on signs placed along the corridor or by sending a text message. This tool gives visitors, residents and business owners important information about construction projects, such as when they will be completed and who to talk to if you have questions.

Here's the exciting part – Talkin' Broadway also makes it easier and more enjoyable to explore Lower Broadway. It's like having a personal guide in your pocket, helping you understand what's going on in that area, where to dine or shop and even how to find historical sites!

Your questions and thoughts about the project are very important. When you talk to Talkin' Broadway, your ideas and feedback will reach the project leaders.

So go ahead and explore Talkin' Broadway along the Broadway corridor.

How to Use Talkin' Broadway:

Talkin' Broadway is a special tool that helps you learn about the 2017 bond construction project on Lower Broadway. It's easy to use:

1. Scan a QR Code: Point your phone at a special QR code that you can find on floor stickers and yard signs in different places on Lower Broadway.

2. Text for Info: Or you can send a text message to the number on the sign.

That's it! You're ready to explore and get all the info you need.