New four-way stop installed on Loop 338, Trunk Street

first_img WhatsApp Previous articleDAILY OIL PRICE: Jan. 11Next articleMan charged with assaulting police officer admin WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Local News New four-way stop installed on Loop 338, Trunk Street Twitter Facebook Pinterest By admin – January 11, 2018 The Texas Department of Transportation announced a major milestone Thursday with the East Loop 338 project between Business Interstate 20 and Interstate 20, according to a news release.“A four-way stop was put in place today,” TxDOT Spokesman Gene Powell said. The stop sign is basically halfway between the two interstates at Trunk Street and East Loop 338. Law enforcement has been asked to patrol the location.“This is a normal step before we complete the traffic installation,” he said.Powell said the stop sign is the first major milestone that is part of project to rehabilitate frontage roads, which is mostly funded by the Union Pacific. The project will include:Installing a traffic signal on East Loop 338 at Trunk Street, also known as Frontier Street to the west.Rebuilding frontage roads between Trunk Street and Cargo Road.Rebuilding a section of Cargo Road that goes under the East Loop 338 overpass that spans BI-20.Rebuilding sections of the main lanes. Pinterestlast_img read more

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Djorkaeff expected Henry struggle

first_imgYouri Djorkaeff believes Thierry Henry will succeed with Monaco, despite a tough start to his coaching career.Following Wednesday’s 2-0 loss to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League, Monaco have won only one match out of eight since Henry took over from Leonardo Jardim in October.That victory came last weekend, 1-0 away to Caen in Ligue 1, as the club currently sits in 19th with 10 points from 14 matches. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! According to Djorkaeff, however, Monaco’s situation meant this initial period of difficulty was inevitable.”Yes, I expected him to struggle, because I know Monaco very well,” Djorkaeff told Omnisport. “I played over four years there, I know the squad and I know the club, and I knew that joining Monaco was not an easy choice for Thierry Henry.”The recruitment was focused on young players, players to develop, so the results will come in one year, maybe two. And more importantly, he has 15 players injured that he won’t be able to field for three weeks or maybe a month.”Before winning the World Cup and European Championship together with France, Djorkaeff and Henry spent a season together at Monaco.Irrespective of recent form, the 50-year-old believes Henry, who previously worked as an assistant under Roberto Martinez at Belgium, will make a capable coach.”When he joined Monaco he knew the problems, but he knows the club very well, it will take time and I think he has it in himself to be a coach,” Djorkaeff said.”He loves coaching, he loves talking with his players. He’s having problems but I’m sure it’s going to get better, he won last weekend so he’ll be able to breathe a bit more, and step by step, he’ll climb back.”Up next for Monaco is a match with Montepellier, who are currently third in Ligue 1.last_img read more

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