SAN ANTONIO -- Construction projects all over the city are on hold after a construction company went belly-up and drivers want to know what company will finish the work.
"I travel this road quite frequently and I've notice that there's no contractor here," said resident, Gus Limas.
He has seen drivers try to navigate through slow traffic and barricades on Hunt Lane.
Limas is relieved to know a new contractor might get equipment rolling again soon.
The city initially hired Ballenger Construction Incorporated to widen the road from Ingram Road to Portranco.
The company filed bankruptcy last year before finishing the $8.3 million dollar project.
According to Melissa Sparks, spokesperson for Capital Improvements Management Services, or CIMS, a new contractor should be taking over the project soon.
By mid-April, Sparks told us construction crews are expected to pick up the work at no additional cost to taxpayers.
That comes as good news to Limas.
"I appreciate it cause we really need some information about what's happening," expressed Limas.