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Williamson County Road Bond News

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News on the Williamson County Road Bond
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. 

4/17/2014 2:29 PM

The westbound lane of RM 620 will be closed on Tuesday April 22, 2014, from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. from Smyers Lane to Wyoming Springs Drive.  The contractor will be removing portable traffic barriers.

2/27/2014 4:18 PM

Commissioner Valerie Covey, Precinct 3, held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Ronald Regan Boulevard, North Phase 4, on Wednesday, March 5.  The road is now open for traffic. This phase of the project is the final piece of the north-south arterial roadway that connects Cedar Park to Jarrell.  Click to view a map of the entire project.


2/21/2014 11:25 AM

Prime Strategies Inc. and HNTB were once again chosen to lead Williamson County’s road bond construction program as the county prepares to go to sale with road bonds approved by voters in November.  The Commissioners Court voted February 18 to contract with Prime Strategies Inc. as the general engineering consultant for the Road Bond program management and design review and HNTB for road bond program construction administration and inspection.

11/8/2013 12:06 PM

On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Williamson County voters voiced their approval for the passage of two propositions supporting a $275 million in road bonds and $40 million in bonds for parks and recreation.  For information on these projects, go to www.wilco.org/bondelection. 

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Welcome to the Williamson County Road Bond Web site.

Williamson County is one of the fastest-growing counties in the nation, and it must be proactive in its efforts to keep up with this growth.   One of the County’s goals is to deliver the necessary transportation infrastructure aimed at improving safety and mobility, while preserving the region’s quality of life.    This site provides information on roadway projects funded by voter-approved bonds designed to address the needs of this rapidly growing region. 

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