Lane expansion project set to start along Dicker Road in Hidalgo County
HIDALGO – Hidalgo County leaders broke ground Thursday to start upgrades along Dicker Road.
Hidalgo County Precinct 2 Commissioner Eddie Cantu says the project starts at the intersection of Dicker and Jackson roads in Hidalgo and ends at 23rd Street in McAllen.
Cantu says the project will help clear up some of the heavy traffic in the area.
It’s expected to be complete by next year.
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.@EddieCantuPct2 & @CityOfHidalgo broke ground on Dicker Road Expansion Project. This expands the road from 3-lanes to 5-lanes, allowing traffic to flow more smoothly for commercial & passenger vehicles. Construction is expected to be completed in 18 months. #CountyGovInAction pic.twitter.com/eDmMEh0OXt— Hidalgo County (@HidalgoCounty) January 30, 2020
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