TRAFFIC ALERT: New Traffic Pattern Planned at Pharr Interchange


Beginning in mid to late April, the travel lanes on Direct Connector 4 (DC 4), also known as the ‘Edinburg-to-McAllen connector’, will merge directly onto the current westbound I-2 main lanes. Image courtesy of TxDOT
Beginning in mid to late April, the travel lanes on Direct Connector 4 (DC 4), also known as the ‘Edinburg-to-McAllen connector’, will merge directly onto the current westbound I-2 main lanes. Image courtesy of TxDOT
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TxDOT and the I-2/I-69C Pharr Interchange Project contractor are planning a temporary new traffic pattern that will soon impact drivers merging from southbound I-69C to westbound I-2.

Image courtesy of TxDOT

Beginning in mid to late April, the travel lanes on Direct Connector 4 (DC 4), also known as the ‘Edinburg-to-McAllen connector’, will merge directly onto the current westbound I-2 main lanes. 

The change will also affect drivers traveling on the westbound I-2 frontage road, between Sugar Road and Jackson Road. Road crews will temporarily close the on-ramp west of Sugar Road to allow for the reconstruction of the future westbound I-2 travel lanes and the future on and off-ramps on this segment of I-2.

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For more information, please contact Texas Department of Transportation public information officer Ray Pedraza at (956) 279-5486 or via email at raymond.pedraza@txdot.gov.

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