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287 engineers tap district for assistance


Ennis Daily News photo by Phil Banker / Workers set up guard rails on the U.S. 287 Bypass off ramp near Lake Bardwell Drive on Thursday. Engineers met with the Ennis Independent School District to iron out details of bus routes and traffic modeling.

Ennis Daily News photo by Phil Banker / Workers set up guard rails on the U.S. 287 Bypass off ramp near Lake Bardwell Drive on Thursday. Engineers met with the Ennis Independent School District to iron out details of bus routes and traffic modeling.

Phil Banker, p...@ennisdailynews.com

The Ennis ISD School Board met with engineers working on the U.S. 287 Bypass project during their most recent meeting, who hoped to get their future input on the multi-million dollar construction project.

Jeremy McGahan, engineer with Halff Associates, presented the current plans for the road project planned for the bypass between State Highway 34 and Interstate 45.

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