Calder Road work will continue this week, after work crews had to fix two pipe leaks.

On Monday, crews discovered a leak on the 39-inch water main south of Ervin Avenue.

The contractor installed temporary pavement along the west side of the road to maintain two-way traffic flow while the Gulf Coast Water Authority began repairing the water line Thursday.

On Wednesday, a gas line ruptured at the intersection of Calder and Weyer Street, causing a road closure for approximately two hours.

The contractor working on Calder Road in League City has completed temporary paving along the east side of the road.

The route should be open for traffic by Friday, city officials said.

Once traffic shifts to the east side of the road, the contractor will begin work on the west side of Calder Road, including the installation of a storm sewer and permanent pavement construction, the city said.

— Valerie Wells

Valerie Wells: 409-683-5246; 


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