The project requires rolling traffic stops on the east and westbound lanes of SW Loop 410 in San Antonio’s southwest sector.
February 2, 2024 (SAN ANTONIO) – CPS Energy is working to improve the quality and safety of aging overhead electrical lines on the southwest side of town at the intersection of Old Pearsall Road and SW Loop 410.
The Old Pearsall Road project will involve the installation of a new overhead electric line crossing Old Pearsall Road and SW Loop 410. The work will take place on February 4, 2024, from 6:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., weather permitting. CPS Energy’s contractor crews, Chain Electric Overhead Construction, will be working on this project. No customer outages are anticipated.
Blue Shield will provide traffic control on the east and westbound lanes of SW Loop 410 resulting in eight rolling traffic stops lasting up to 15 minutes.
Drivers are asked to find alternative routes and avoid the area, if possible. CPS Energy reminds drivers to Move Over or Slow Down, per State law, for crew and driver safety.
For more information about upcoming road closures or infrastructure projects, visit the CPS Energy website.
About CPS Energy
Established in 1860, CPS Energy is the nation’s largest public power, natural gas, and electric company, providing safe, reliable, and competitively priced service to more than 930,114 electric and 381,379 natural gas customers in San Antonio and portions of seven adjoining counties. Our customers’ combined energy bills rank among the lowest of the nation’s 20 largest cities – while generating $9 billion in revenue for the City of San Antonio for 80 years. As a trusted and strong community partner, we continuously focus on job creation, economic development, and educational investment. We are powered by our skilled workforce, whose commitment to the community is demonstrated through our employees’ volunteerism in giving back to our city and programs aimed at bringing value to our customers. CPS Energy is among the top public power wind energy buyers in the nation and number one in Texas for solar generation.