CR 200


Project 1: SH 29 intersection to CR 200 / Loop 332
Project 2: CMTA Railroad to CR 201
Project 3: CR 200 at Bold Sundown Left Turn Lane


Project 1: Intersection Improvements at SH 29 and CR 200 / Loop 332, a distance of 0.2 miles, adding turn lanes on SH 29, widen CR 200 and Loop 332, installing a new traffic signal, and relocating and installing a new waterline.  The widening work consists of grading, drainage improvements, flexible base, HMAC paving, traffic signal, striping and signing.
Project 2: Reconstruct CR 200 to a two-lane roadway with a center turn lane and shoulders (3 lanes of an ultimate six-lane roadway) a distance of 1 mile.
Project 3: Widen CR 200 and add a left turn lane for Bold Sundown, a distance of 0.2 miles. 

Status Project 1: O'Brien Engineering Services has completed the schematic design. Construction has begun and is anticipated to be completed in Summer 2019. Cox Commercial will conduct a temporary lane closure of the right lane on westbound SH 29 at the intersection of SH 29 and CR 200. The temporary lane closure will be in place weekdays only starting Wednesday, February 20, through Friday, March 1, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The closed lane will be used as a safety buffer for the demo of concrete rip rap, concrete driveways, and the installation of the new concrete box drainage structure (Culvert 1) that runs parallel to SH 29. This is weather pending, and no lane closure will be set in wet conditions. Minimal disruption to traffic is expected. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes our customers.


Project 2: Design by O'Brien Engineering Services is 60% complete, ROW acquisition and utility relocations are underway. Construction is anticipated to begin in Summer 2019 and be completed in Summer 2020. 
Project 3: Design was completed by O'Brien Engineering Services. Cox Commercial Construction was awarded the construction contract which began in June 2018 and was completed in November 2018.

Contact Email [email protected] or phone 512-260-4280

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