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News on the Williamson County Road Bond
3/3/2015 1:59 PM
Please join the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority and the Texas Department of Transportation at our next Open House on March 5th to learn more about and provide input on the proposed Express Lanes concept, designed to help manage traffic congestion along the eight-mile segment of US 183 between SH 45 North and MoPac.
2/11/2015 9:17 AM
The County’s contractor Hunter Industries is extending the nightly left lane closure on the northbound mainlanes of IH 35 until further notice starting Sunday night – February 22, 2015 through Thursday night and Sunday night through Thursday night each week until the bridge work is complete.  The lane closure is from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. and will be located from north of Inner Loop Road to north of the FM 2243 (Leander Road) Overpass.  The lane closure is necessary to move the portable concrete traffic barrier (PCTB) out of the way in the center median of IH 35 during the work shift to construct the new SB/NB turnaround bridge columns and caps.  The (PCTB) will be placed back at the end of each work shift prior to opening to traffic. 
2/10/2015 1:46 PM

The County’s contractor Hunter Industries is extending the daytime single outside (right) lane closure on eastbound Leander Road (RM 2243) from Monday – February 23, 2015 through Thursday February 26, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  This lane closure will be located approximately from the IH 35 Southbound Frontage Rd. to Scenic Dr.  The lane closure is necessary to construct the remaining curb & gutter, backless inlets, and grading work on the south side of Leander Road (RM 2243).

2/2/2015 11:19 AM
The RM 620 Safety Improvements have been completed, including the final striping. The roadway was widened to a four-lane roadway with two 12-foot travel lanes in each direction, a raised center median, and 14-foot shoulders with curb and gutter. The shoulders were created so that they could be made into traffic lanes for vehicles at some point in the future; however, they are not to be used as turn lanes.