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News on the Williamson County Road Bond
8/26/2014 2:30 PM

Williamson County, the City of Cedar Park, and the Texas Department of Transportation held a ground breaking on the RM 1431 Pass Through Project on August 26, 2014. The project will widen the highway to a six-lane divided urban section from Parmer Lane/Ronald Reagan Boulevard to Sam Bass Road.  It features a Continuous Flow Intersection (CFI) at Parmer/Ronald Reagan and RM 1431, along with raised medians, curb and gutter, lighting, turn lanes, and drainage improvements.  It is a 16-month project schedule for completion in winter 2015.  The design engineer is Klotz Associates and the contractor is Hunter Industries.


8/13/2014 8:44 AM
A ribbon cutting will be held for improvements to CR 277 on Wednesday, August 20, at 9 a.m. in the parking lot of the Grace Alive Church on SH 29 and CR 277.
7/25/2014 3:33 PM
Williamson County and the Texas Department of Transportation held the ribbon cutting for the O'Connor Extension and SH 45 interchange on Thursday, August 21.  The O'Connor Drive extension and SH 45 interchange opened to traffic following the ceremony.
7/21/2014 3:56 PM
The County’s contractor Hunter Industries set up a temporary lane closure on RM 2243 (Leander Road) from Scenic Drive to the IH 35 southbound frontage road. The westbound traffic will be reduced to one through lane and a left turn only lane.  There will be slight delays through the area during the lane closure.
4/23/2014 2:04 PM

The County’s contractor, BPI Construction, is scheduled to switch traffic from the temporary asphalt that was placed between Roundville Lane and Pecos River Trail to the recently placed and permanent asphalt that has been placed within the same limits on Thursday (4/24/14). Two-way traffic will continue in this new alignment for the next three months. Traffic will be directed to the new alignment (at both ends of the project) with new striping and channelizing devices put in place. Access to all driveways and side streets on CR 170 will be maintained.