CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — If the Port Aransas ferry crossing is part of your daily commute, you'll need to allow for extra travel time starting Monday.
That's when a 9 million dollar construction project there enters it's next phase.
Crews will begin removing pavement and concrete medians from the area where vehicles exit or wait to get on the ferries.
What that's going to mean for you is that there will be fewer ramps available to board ferries.
This is all part of a project to create a new area for traffic to wait.
Work began in October and was expected to last a year and a half.