Hi everyone! I'm working with TxDOT on assisting travelers (especially truck drivers) sign up for lane closure notices via http://my35.org. The lane closures are from 7pm -- 7am -- essentially at night. Not every night, but there is a lot of nighttime construction! I-35 in Texas, as you know, is heavily traveled by truck drivers...some of our estimates show upwards of 40% of traffic on this highway during this time is truck traffic. Coming up on a full lane closure can pose a safety hazard and we're just trying to get the word out to where the truckers are. At this time, we don't have billboards available so I'm seeking any avenue I can to get the word out. I don't want to break forum rules if this would not be allowed. I'm posting the following information so that you can be better informed and plan your route. In a month or so, I will follow up with a link to a survey asking if the information was/is valuable to you. Thank you for your consideration and I hope you find this information useful. My35 Central Texas Traveler Information Resources My35.org is the hub for information resources you can access to both plan your trip and stay aware of any incidents that might occur on I-35. DriveTexas.org: Your #1 resource for planning your route wherever you’re driving in Texas. Real-time project map provides speeds, lane closures, traffic delays, travel times, and incidents. Alternate routes: Given the heavy traffic that floods I-35 during the holidays, you might consider taking an alternate route to your destination. | View Alternate Routes TxDOT twitter feeds: giving you both general and specific information (your choice) about travel conditions on I-35. @My35TravelTimes: keeps you apprised of travel delays in the Central Texas section of I-35. Traffic delays of 5 minutes or more are tweeted to subscribers every fifteen minutes, as long as that delay lasts. @TxDOTWacoPIO: provides general updates of what TxDOT is doing in and for the Waco District, with special emphasis on I-35 conditions. @I35Travel: sends information regarding the entire length of I-35 within Texas. Email alerts: Sign up for regular updates on I-35 construction. My35 lane closure alerts: get daily updates, 7-day closure forecasts, and high-impact closure forecasts. Central Texas incident alerts: receive email alerts about unexpected incidents (e.g., a wreck, an emergency lane closure, etc.).