BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS – The Texas Department of Transportation recently unveiled signs for I-169, the spur linking the Port of Brownsville to I-69 Central.
Local elected officials and community leaders were present for the unveiling, along with members of the Alliance for I-69 Texas.
The event had been delayed for two years due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Rio Grande Guardian International News Service conducted video interviews with Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño, Jr., and Cameron County Commissioner David Garza. Garza is a longtime member of the Alliance for I-69 Texas.
Here are the video interviews:
Commissioner David Garza
County Judge Eddie Trevino, Jr.
The Guardian also conducted audio interviews with Treviño, Garza, and Port of Brownsville Commissioner John Wood.
Here are the audio interviews:
Editor’s Note: The main image accompanying the above news story shows Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño, Jr., Pete Alvarez, the Pharr District engineer for TxDOT, Pete Sepulveda, executive director of Cameron County RMA, and Marc D. Williams, the executive director of TxDOT.
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