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Major Sherman Road Construction Project To Begin In One Week

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SHERMAN, TX -- TxDOT is confirming its timeline for a major Sherman road project.

The Loy Lake Road bridge project at Highway 75 is set to start on Feb. 10 and will take about one year to complete.

TxDOT is spending more than $5 million and United Commercial Realty is contributing $1.3 million, officials said.

The city of Sherman is also seeking bids for a $400,000 project to add a stoplight at Sara Swamy Drive and upgrade the area south of the bridge. 

TxDOT officials said some work will require lane closures and detours.

Meantime, another project will upgrade pavement from asphalt to concrete on Highway 75 from F.M. 902 to Shepherd Drive and that project is expected to last through August.