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Semi-Trucks and the Finesilver Curve

Written by on January 22, 2019

Semi-Trucks and the Finesilver Curve

The Finesilver Curve at  Interstate 35  and Interstate 10  is in desperate need of safety improvements according to The Texas Department of Transportation  after last week’s 18 wheeler roll over.

According to TxDOT there is an average of at least one semi-truck/trailer accident at this location each month.

TxDOT states officials will be looking at what can be done to make it safer, including tearing down the curve and rebuilding it, but because of existing structures, including the Finesilver Building, which houses many businesses, it is probably not an option.

Exactly when the traffic study will be conducted or the length of the study has yet to be determined.

As for now, drivers are urged to take caution on this curve by heeding the signs and slowing down to the appropriate speed limit and weather conditions.


Reader's opinions
  1. Donald J. Kaleta   On   January 24, 2019 at 10:05 am

    Hello KROV News, in response to your “Finesilver Curve at I-35 and I-10”.You should find my research submitted to the Transportation Research Board informative, posted at http://WWW.DEFORMABLEKINGPIN.COM, as to the HOW and WHY Semi-Tractor Trailers Rollover. More importantly you might question why Common Sense continues to be ignored for over 40 years to save Destruction, Harm and the Deaths of many Hundreds of Men, Women & Children, annually when these Rollovers are Imminent. My research does make accusations of Irresponsibility, questions Incompetence, and suggests Corruption of those within and next to the Washington Beltway. If KROV News is interested in further documentation on my accusations, I’d be happy to forward attachments to your Investigative Journalists. DJK

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