Seward Junction Study


The area of study includes carious county roads and land surrounding the intersection of SH 29 and US 183, often referred to as Seward Junction.
 - Southeast - CR 259 and CR 260
 - Southwest - CR 263 and undeveloped property adjacent to and including Capital Aggregates' property
 - Northeast - CR 260 and CR 258
 - Northwest - CR 213 and Stonewall Parkway

Description: The improvement study will evaluate existing roadway system connections and explore how local improvements can help address regional mobility issues, intersection connectivity and possible new infrastructure options, as well as to examine current and future land uses.  By evaluating alternatives to the current county road network and intersection configurations, the county can promote safe access to local destinations and increase the capacity of the local transportation network.
Status: Loomis Partners, design engineers, is developing alternative alignments based on technical constraints and public input.  An Open House for this project was held on Thursday, October 11, 2012, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Union Hall Baptist Church, 301 C.R. 259, in Liberty Hill.  Information from this meeting is available through links on the left.

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