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This is Flint Hills Resources on Savannah Ave We began a planned unit outage on August 14, 2015 resulting in increased activity and flaring not typical of normal operations. No action is needed.




Traffic Conditions

BMT: tomorrow Major Dr will NOT be accessible from WESTBOUND frontage rd. WILL be accessible from eastbound. Lasting till early 2016

Posted: 28 Aug

Don’t get too comfortable. Between June & October Hurricanes are a constant threat. #FF @TxDOTYOAKUM @TxDOTPharr @TxDOTBeaumont @TxDOT_CRP

Posted: 28 Aug

One of BMT's former district engineers is retiring after serving Texas for more than three decades…

Posted: 28 Aug

One of our best is retiring Monday. Phillip Lujan, BMT director of TP&D, was honored this morning @ HGAC.

Posted: 28 Aug

Orange: lane closures tonight & Sunday night along outside, eastbound lane of I10, state line-Adams Bayou. 7pm-6am shoulder reconstruction.

Posted: 27 Aug

Traffic conditions are pulled from TxDOT Beaumont’s Twitter Account.

SE Texas Weather


Partly Cloudy



Feels like 90℉

Tropical Storm Fred - North Atlantic

Updated: 11am EDT Sun Aug 30 2015

Wind: 59 MPH | Location: 14.1N 20.7W | Movement: NW

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Invest 90 - North Atlantic


Wind: 28 MPH | Location: 24.7 82.4W | Movement: WNW

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