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Challenge 1 Deterioration/Congestion
From/To/Feature Intersected Jefferson/SL 12 East
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 30
Harris 2 Deterioration/Congestion
IH 610/SL 8
IH 410/FM 3009
3 Congestion Tarrant 4 Congestion Dallas-Fort Worth IH 35W SH 183/US 81
Bexar 5 Congestion 6 Deficient Pavement 7 Congestion Various Dallas
US 281/IH 35
Rural & Urban
Various secondary roads
N/A SH 190/IH 635
Dallas-Fort Worth US 75
Harris 8 Deterioration/Congestion
IH 10/IH 610
SL 1/RM 1826
9 Congestion Nueces 10 Deficient Bridge/Safety/Congestion Tarrant 11 Congestion Corpus Christi US 181 Corpus Christi Ship Channel
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 35
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 35E
Cameron 13 Congestion Cameron 14 Deficient Bridge
South Padre Island
To Be Determined
South Padre Island PR 100 / Port Isabel
Travis 15 Congestion 16 Congestion Dallas
SH 71/US 183
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 635 McAllen-PharrEdinburg Houston Metropolitan Houston Metropolitan
SH 78/IH 20
Hidalgo 17 Congestion 18 Deficient Bridge 19 Deficient Bridge Harris Harris Dallas 20 Deterioration/Congestion Harris 21 Deterioration/Congestion
US 83 / US 281
US 83 / US 281
IH 610 US 59 NB US 59 SB
US 59 Rice Avenue US 75/IH 30
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 345
IH 610 South/SL 8
Travis 22 Congestion
US 183/US 290
Bexar 23 Congestion 24 Safety
SH 16/FM 471
RM0337 SL 360
426/434 US 290/RM 2244
25 Congestion 26 Congestion 27 Deterioration/Congestion Dallas Dallas Dallas-Fort Worth IH 635 Dallas-Fort Worth SH 183 US 75/SH 78 SL 12/IH 35E
28 Deterioration/Congestion 29 Safety
Denton Real Webb
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 35E Rural Rural RM0336 IH 35
BS 121 H/SL 288 456/482 RR
30 Deficient bridge/safety 31 Congestion Collin Grayson 32 Deficient Bridge/Congestion Dallas-Fort Worth US 75 Sherman-Denison US 75 SH 121/SH 190 Loy Lake Road
072 El Paso
IH 10 EB IH 10 WB
COTTON AVE & UPRR
33 Deficient Bridge Tarrant 34 Congestion Dallas-Fort Worth IH 820 US 377/SH 183
Bexar 35 Congestion 36 Congestion 37 Congestion 38 Safety 39 Deficient Bridge/Safety 40 Safety 41 Congestion 42 Deterioration/Congestion Dallas Tarrant
SL 1604/Stone Oak Parkway
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 35E Dallas-Fort Worth SH 360 FM0051 IH 35 NB IH 35 SB FM2158
IH 635/ Pres. GB Turnpike SH 183/IH 20 328/342 Brazos River 384/389 SL 12/IH 635 SH 360/SL 12 Loop 353/US 281
Hood/Somervell Rural McLennan Yes Madison Dallas Dallas Bexar Rural
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 35E Dallas-Fort Worth SH 183 San Antonio IH 35
43 Congestion Travis 44 Congestion 45 Safety 46 Deficient Pavement Austin SL 343 FM1548 IH 30 US 290/IH 35 112/114 TARRANT/DALLAS COUNTY LINE/SYLVAN RD.
Collingsworth Rural DALLAS DAL
Midland 47 Deficient Bridge 48 Deficient Bridge/CongestionTravis
CR 1150 (Tank Farm Rd)
LP 1 SBML IH 35 NB IH 35 SB IH 10 WB IH 45 SB McKiney Exit N Lamar
Ladybird Lake FM 434/University Parks Drive Brazos River Buffalo Bayou / IH 45 NB
McLennan Yes 49 Deficient Bridge/Safety 50 Congestion 51 Deficient Bridge Waller Harris Suburban Houston Metropolitan Austin
Travis 52 Congestion
US 183/W 8th St.
IH 35/SH 71
53 Deterioration/Congestion 54 Safety 55 Safety 56 Safety 57 Safety 58 Safety 59 Safety
San Augustine Rural Dallam Rural Angelina Travis City of Lufkin Austin
FM3017 FM0807 US 59 E. 12th St FM3027 RM1282 IH 40 WB IH 40 EB
338 42/70 At FM 819 over IH 35 506/508 376/380 Ross- Osage LANCASHIRE STREET (W. OF NEWCASTLE)/SHEPPARD DR.
Palo Pinto Rural Childress/Hall Rural Potter Amarillo
60 Deficient Bridge HARRIS 61 Deficient Pavement HOU
Harris 62 Deterioration/Congestion Tarrant 63 Congestion Harris 64 Deterioration/Congestion
UA 90 (South Main)/IH 10
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 820
SH 183/IH 30
US 59/IH 610
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 820 Dallas-Fort Worth SH 183 Dallas-Fort Worth IH 30
SH 199/US 377 SH 121/SH 360 SH 12 West/Jefferson
66 Congestion 67 Congestion Dallas
SP 248/US 69
68 Congestion 69 Congestion Nacogdoc City of hes Nacogdoches Austin Yes US 59 Slaughter Creek Pkwy Ramp G SH 6 NB SH 6 SB US 87 At LP 224 over IH 35 IH 30 Lake Waco BNSF RR./ US 385/ US 54 IH 30/SH408 436 IH 10 & Buffalo Bayou SP 529/FM 762 Washington Street IH 610 North/IH 10 SS 348/IH 30
Travis 70 Deficient Bridge/Safety 71 Deficient Bridge/CongestionTarrant 72 Deficient Bridge/Congestion
McLennan Yes Dallam Dalhart
73 Deficient Bridge/Congestion 74 Congestion/Deterioration 75 Safety 76 Deficient Bridge 77 Deficient Pavement Dallas Burleson Harris FORT BEND Dallas-Fort Worth SL 12 Rural Houston Metropolitan HOU Sherman-Denison Houston PR0057 Elysian St. US 59 US 75 SBML/ NBML US 59 North
Grayson 78 Deficient Bridge/Congestion/Safety Harris 79 Congestion 80 Deterioration/Congestion Dallas
Dallas-Fort Worth SL 12 West
Travis 81 Congestion 82 Safety 83 Congestion 84 Deficient Pavement Dallas El Paso
US 183/RM 2222 Grand Avenue/CF Hawn Freeway IH-10 Various metro area portions
Dallas-Fort Worth US 175 El Paso SH-20 (Mesa) IH 10
EL PASO ELP
85 Congestion/Deficient Bridge Travis 86 Safety 87 Deficient Bridge 88 Safety 89 Safety Tarrant Yes Austin LP 343/Cesar Chavez Main St. FM0861 FM3030 US 59 US-62/180 IH 35E FM 1878 IH 45 over IH 35 SBML in conj w/IH 35 NBML over LP 343/Cesar Chavez SH 183 342/346 148/150 San Francisco Drain FM-2316 SP 348/BELT LINE RD. At La Nana Creek IH 10/IH 610 N. LOOP San Bernard River IH 10/SH288
Anderson Rural Briscoe Rural Webb Urban El Paso
90 Deficient bridge/safety 91 Congestion 92 Deficient Pavement
DALLAS DAL Nacogdoc City of hes Nacogdoches HARRIS HOU
93 Deficient Bridge 94 Deficient Pavement 95 Deficient Bridge
Fort Bend Houston Suburban US 59 NB Harris Houston US 59
Harris 97 Congestion Harris 98 Deterioration/Congestion 99 Congestion 100 Deficient Bridge/Safety Dallas Nolan
IH 10 West
SH 99/SL 8
SH 6/Post Oak Blvd. SH 183/SL 12 US 84 EB
Dallas-Fort Worth IH 35E N/A IH-20 WB
Importance of facility to regional and state travel Critical to regional and statewide connectivity
Description of challenge/deficiency Not in MTP, Significant Congestion, Roadway has significant deterioration.
IH 45 is vital to hurricane evacuation in the Significant congestion, roadway or bridge facilities that need to Greater Houston-Galveston area as well as being be reconstructed or replaced, lack adequate mobility to support used as a major route for transporting goods to economic development opportunities and from the Port of Houston. IH 35 is the primary route for vehicular and truck traffic from the border to San Antonio, Traffic volume exceeds capacity of roadway. There are Austin & Dallas/Fort Worth. This section of IH significant traffic bottlenecks at the IH35/IH410N and 35 has significant truck traffic due to numerous IH35/410S interchanges. industrial companies located within this area.
Critical to regional and statewide connectivity
Congestion due to lack of Capacity and obsolete interchanges. Current CDA Project
This section of IH 410 is the primary connection Traffic volume exceeds capacity of roadway. Choke point between San Antonio International Airport and occurs at IH 35 as EB 410 merges with NB 35. IH 35. Routes are critical to development of Texas' energy extraction sector Critical to regional and statewide connectivity IH 45 is vital to hurricane evacuation in the Greater Houston-Galveston area as well as being used as a major route for transporting goods to and from the Port of Houston. This project is necessary to improve the "Y at Oak Hill". This area has experienced high residential growth and has not seen any transportation improvements to facilitate the convergence of 3 major highways; US 290, SH 71 and Loop 1 about 3 miles east. This project is identified as a priority in the CAMPO 2035 regional transportation plan. Connects Corpus Christi & Port facilities to communities and facilities north of the ship channel Critical route for regional and statewide travel. Deficient pavements on numerous secondary roads to support growing energy extraction activities across Texas Corridor built out. Significant Congestion. Buffer Separated HOV lanes. Significant congestion, roadway or bridge facilities that need to be reconstructed or replaced
This serves as a major commuter route that experiences severe congestion. During peak periods there is no access for emergency vehicles due to congestion, lack of shoulders and no alterative routes.
A replacement structure meeting modern design standards does not fit in the current footprint. New location needed. Congestion due to lack of Capacity and obsolete interchanges. Current CDA Project
Critical to regional and statewide connectivity
Signicant Congestion. Roadway has Significant Deterioration. Significant Bridge Deterioration.
South Padre Island is a major statewide tourist destination. A 2nd Access is needed for public Funding challenge. South Padre Island has a single point of safety, enhanced local and regional mobility, and access with the mainland. for support of economic development. Provides only connection to South Padre Island. Funding challenge to replace the existing structure. Built in Partial collapse in 2001 illustrated importance to 1974 and nearing the end of its service life in a harsh salt the local economy. environment. The section described is extremely congested and generally This is a critical component of the primary operates at an unacceptable level of service (except in late PM North/South corridor for both the Austin Region and early AM hours). This section is within the Austin Central and the State. Business District wherein a plethora of constraints for expansion and complications for construction exist. Critical to regional and statewide connectivity Signicant Congestion.
Intersection of two most important highways in the Rio Grande Valley, both of which are to Funding challenge. Single lane direct connectors causing become designated as interstate highways in the traffic congestion during peak hours. near future per new federal bill. Important link in region's transportation system Critical link in regional transportation system Critical to reginal connectivity To replace an existing interchange while maintaining traffic. Very high ADT with Poor slab condition. Signicant Congestion. Bridge Facility has Significant Fatique Deterioration.
SH 288 is vital to providing access to traffic Significant congestion, roadway or bridge facilities that need to entering and exiting the Texas Medical Center in be reconstructed or replaced, lack adequate mobility to support Houston. economic development opportunities This is a critical component of the primary North/South corridor for the Austin Region and provides connections to the US 183, US 290 and IH 35 corridors that are significant to State travel. The segment north of the Austin CBD is in a section that has severely limited right-of-way hemed-in by long established neigborhoods and a major rail freight corridor. The corridor serves as a major commuter route that experiences severe congestion.
The NW side of San Antonio has experienced significant growth in recent years. Loop 1604 is Traffic volume exceeds capacity of roadway. the primary connection for numerous large subdivisions and businesses to access IH 10. Critical to rural connectivity Loop 360 is the only western bypass loop in the Austin area. This road is partially grade separated and experiences significant delays as growth continues in the west. Critical to regional mobility Critical to regional mobility Narrow roadway This serves as a major commuter route that experiences severe congestion. Signicant Congestion. Buffer separated HOV lanes. Signicant Congestion. Roadway has Significant Deterioration.
Critical to regional and statewide connectivity Critical to rural connectivity National Highway System
Signicant Congestion. Roadway has Significant Deterioration. Narrow roadway Horizontal align consists of "S" curve; total of 43 recorded accidents in vicinity of curve, 6 fatalities, in last 5 year period; recurring impacts to RR bridge due to low vertical clearance Corridor built out. Significant Congestion. Buffer Separated HOV lanes. Two lane bridge over major highway is not adiquate for growth of surrouding area
Critical to regional mobility Experience significant congestion. Lack adequate mobility to support economic development opportunities. The Cotton Bridge is very important to the this region because of its location on Interstate 10. It is a major connection for residents/business to IH-10. It is a long and busy 5-lane bridge with an average daily traffic count of 82,940 vehicles. This bridge was constructed in 1968 and was widened in 2002 to allow another bridge to connect to this structure.
Repair of this bridge will be a challenge due to existing traffic. There isn't any frontage roads to redirect traffic to which will cause major problems to the local business and residents. Another challenge is the existence of the two railroad tracks located beneath these structures. Close coordination will be required with the Railroad company.
Critical to regional and statewide connectivity
Congestion due to lack of Capacity and obsolete interchanges. From US 377 to SH 121 Current CDA SH 121 to SH 183 is in MDP Traffic volume exceeds capacity of roadway. This section of US 281 is inadequate to handle the existing traffic and projected growth along this corridor will make congestion significantly worse. Signicant Congestion. Lack of adequate facility to support economic development. Buffer separated HOV lanes. Congestion due to lack of capacity and obsolete interchange at IH 30. Narrow roadway Need addtl lanes,shlds for capacity/underclearance to turnarounds/end spans type can't widen feasibly Narrow roadway Signicant Congestion. Signicant Congestion. Roadway has Significant Deterioration.
US 281 is the primary radial corridor connecting downtown San Antonio to the north side of San Antonio which is experiencing significant growth. Critical to regional and statewide connectivity High Critical to rural connectivity National Highway System Critical to rural connectivity
IH 35 is the primary route for vehicular and truck traffic from the border to San Antonio, Austin & Dallas/Fort Worth. This corridor is an important gateway and commuter route to the Austin CBD. Critical to rural connectivity Critical to regional and statewide connectivity
Traffic volume exceeds capacity of roadway. There are significant traffic bottlenecks at the US 90 and IH 37 interchanges. This roadway is in a highly developed corridor with many established businesses and neighborhoods leaving expansion not possible. Construction of the Loop 1 managed lanes would provide some relief. Narrow roadway Deficient Pavement
This section of IH 20 is part of the Texas Trunk System, the Department of Energy WIPP Lack of Adequate Bridge Facility, High Rates of Traffic Transuranic Waste Transportation Route and the Crashes, Insufficient Vertical Clearance for Major Regional National Strategic Network. A significant Arterial contributor to the State's Energy Economy. Crosses major river; congestion since 2 lanes National Highway System Yes Yes This corridor is an important gateway and commuter route to the Austin CBD. Substandard width for traffic volumes Need addtl lanes,shlds for capacity/no turnarounds/underclearance/bridge type can't widen feasibly/maint. issues with deck Freeway expansion creates a need for a wider bridge. Significant deterioration This roadway is in a highly developed corridor with many established businesses and neighborhoods leaving expansion not possible. Construction of the Loop 1 managed lanes would provide some relief.
These challenges could include roadway or bridge facilities need to be reconstructed and/or replaced. The corridor is This is a critical component of the primary currently experiencing significant congestion and lack North/South corridor for both the Austin Region adequate mobility to support economic development and the State. opportunities. For the traffic volume experience on the corridor the lack of an adequate highway or bridge facility has decreased the efficiency of the corridor. Critical to rural connectivity Critical to rural connectivity US 59 is a major north/south freight route in Texas and through the Midwest Narrow roadway Narrow roadway At-grade Signalized Intersection with a history of fatal and incapacitating injury crashes Deficient vertical clearances; hit many time; don't allow for Crosses major national roadway adequate shldr widths on IH 35 mainlanes; safety issue Critical to rural connectivity Narrow roadway Critical to rural connectivity Narrow roadway Interstate Highway, Significant local connector, Significant deck deterioration: Congestion due to increased heavy truck traffic, Major local thoroughfare and local traffic in area , Structure at end of life span, Low vertical intersection clearance Critical to regional and statewide connectivity Deficient Pavement
IH 610 serves as a major route connecting the main highways surrounding downtown Houston Significant congestion, roadway or bridge facilities that need to be reconstructed or replaced, lack adequate mobility to support as well as providing access to and from the economic development opportunities Texas Medical Center as well as the Port of Houston. High Congestion due to Lack of Capacity and obsolete interchanges. Within CDA MDP, plans under development.
SH 288 is vital to providing access to traffic Significant congestion, roadway or bridge facilities that need to entering and exiting the Texas Medical Center in be reconstructed or replaced, lack adequate mobility to support Houston. economic development opportunities
Critical facility for local mobility. Critical facility for local mobility. Critical facility for local mobility.
Congestion Congestion due to lack of capacity. Will become bottleneck when NTE is complete and Dallas SH 183 is complete. Trinity River Bridge is Choke point. Bridging Trinity River and Associated Levees.
This section was upgraded in the last few years. Work consisted of operational intersection and signal improvements This section of LP 323 is extremely important to as well as the installation of raised median. There is very little regional and state travel. that can be done on this facility due to constricted ROW widths and development along this corridor. Improvements would have to be made by upgrading/adding alternate routes.
US 59 is a major north/south freight route in Texas and through the Midwest Crosses major national roadway High Traffic Volume over Interstate Texas Trunk System Main route from Texas to NM and Colorado Critical facility for local mobility. Critical to rural connectivity Yes Critical to regional and statewide connectivity Trunk System Highway
Congestion at Signalized Intersection Insufficient width; hit many time by semis not able to negotiate turn radius; Poor Deck Condition - High Traffic Volume - Choke Point FO/insufficient shoulders/obs rail, addl capacity Low Vertical Clearance: Poor sight distance: Speed reduction > 10mph due to poor road alignment: Congested intersection with sight problems. Signicant Congestion. Roadway has Significant Deterioration. Narrow roadway Significant deterioration and obsolete design Deficient Pavement Urban freeway with width across bridge of 26.7 feet while approach roadway is 38 feet
US 59 serves as a major route for traffic entering Significant congestion and exiting the downtown Houston area. Critical facility for local mobility. Loop 360 is the only western bypass loop in the Austin area. This road is partially grade separated and experiences significant delays as growth continues in the west. Critical route for local mobility Critical route for local mobility Critical to regional and statewide connectivity Signicant Congestion. Roadway has Significant Deterioration. This serves as a major commuter route that experiences severe congestion. Serious Crashes. Signicant Congestion. Deficient Pavement
This section of IH 20 is part of the Texas Trunk System, the Department of Energy WIPP Transuranic Waste Transportation Route, The National Strategic Network, as well as La Lack of Adequate Bridge Facility, Traffic Congestion backs Entrada and Ports to Plains corridors. A qued traffic to mainlanes of IH 20. Insufficient Vertical significant contributor to the State's Energy Clearance for Major Regional Arterial Economy. Congestion is a signification problem at this location. It is near the Midland/Odessa International Airport. Crosses major national roadway City of Euless Main St. Crossing State Highway Critical to rural connectivity Critical to rural connectivity Major thoroughfare located at the center of the city providing E to W route Critical route for regional mobility Critical to regional and statewide connectivity FM 1878 is an Urban Minor Arterial Highway that runs east and west along the south side of SFA University Critical to regional and statewide connectivity Provides important link in regional transportation system. Deficient vertical clearances; hit many time; don't allow for adequate shldr widths on IH 35 mainlanes; safety issue Narrow Structure - Highway Improvements on Both Sides of Structure - Choke Point Narrow roadway Narrow roadway Narrow lanes on bridge; intersecting city streets at both ends of the bridge, clear sight distance obstructed; 82 recorded accidents in the vicinity of this bridge within the last 5 year period Signicant Congestion. Deficient Pavement Existing bridge is load posted, requiring freight and delivery vehicles to access the university through adjoining city streets Deficient Pavement Heavily Deteriorated pan girder bridge. Ride quality is poor.
Significant congestion, roadway or bridge facilities that need to US 59 serves as a major route for traffic entering be reconstructed or replaced, lack adequate mobility to support and exiting the downtown Houston area. economic development opportunities IH 10W serves as a major route connecting the west side of Houston area and surrounding suburbs to the greater downtown Houston area. FM 1093 provides access to the Houston Galleria and a large surrounding retail area. Critical route for regional and statewide travel. High importance state level
Significant congestion, roadway or bridge facilities that need to be reconstructed or replaced, lack adequate mobility to support economic development opportunities Signicant Congestion. High crash frequency/system connectivity
Improvement Needed Reconstruct and Widen Freeway and Add 2 to 4 Managed Lanes Widening of this segment of IH 45 needed to improve mobility in this corridor. Expand existing 6- to 8-lane facility to 14 lanes (6 Managed/Toll Lanes) from US 281/IH 37 to Schertz Parkway. The corridor is currently undergoing a Planning and environmental study. No funding is currently identified. The district is currently developing plans for two projects to address interchange bottlenecks and provide short-term congestion relief on IH 35 between Loop 410 North and Loop 410 South. Reconstruct roadway to add managed HOV lanes Expansion to a 10-lane expressway up to Perrin Bietel is now complete. The IH 35 corridor improvements listed in the MTP will include improvements to the 35/410 interchange which will address the existing bottleneck from EB 410 to IH 35. Major Repairs and added structural capacity Add 6 Elevated Manage HOV Lanes. ITS Improvements. Widening of this portion of IH 45 and various interchange improvements.
Reconstruction to add 6-lane toll road with frontage roads at a cost of $672.0 million.
New structure will address steep climb, sharp approach curves and lack of shoulders. These conditions exist on current structure. Reconstruct 4/6 to 8 lanes, Add Managed Lanes, Add Collector Distributors, and 2/3/4 Lane Frontage Roads
Reconstruct and Widen Freeway and Add Managed Lanes. Rebuild Bridge over Trinity River and Levees.
2nd Access to South Padre Island.
Replacement of existing structure. Operational improvements (i.e., auxiliary lanes, intersection improvements, ramp revisions, frontage road improvements, ITS applications) and the probable addition of one express lane in each direction. An implementation plan has been initiated to better define concepts and projects. Improve Freeway and Add Managed Lanes, Reconstruct I-30, US 80, I-20 interchanges. Expansion of direct connectors from one lane to two lanes & associated overpass and ramp improvements in the area. Complete rebuild Complete rebuild Reconstruct or Rehabilitate Overhead Freeway Bridge; Replace and/or Repair Steel (Fracture Critical) Elements subject to Fatigue. Add capacity on adjacent facilities. Construct 4 toll lanes with interchange at Beltway 8 at a cost of $312 million. Reconstruction of the segment from US 183 to the Austin CBD to add 1-lane managed lane in each direction at a cost of $200.0 million is set to begin in 2013. An environmental study to extend the managed lanes from the Austin CBD south to US 290 will begin in 2013. The estimated cost to extend the managed lanes to Slaughter Lane is $290 million. Long-range plan includes expanding Loop 1604 from 4-lane divided to 6/8-lane expressway to include both toll and non-toll elements. Commission approved $146.8M to construct 4-lane expressway (non-toll) from SH 16 to Wiseman Blvd. Widen Roadway Construction of grade separations at major intersecting roadways Improve Freeway and Add Managed Lanes, Reconstruct I-30 interchange Reconstruct 6 to 8, 4/6 Ln Concurrent Managed Lanes; 4/6 Frontage Roads
Reconstruct 4/6 to 8 lanes, Add Managed Lanes, Add Collector Distributors, and 2/3/4 Lane Frontage Roads Widen Roadway New horizontal realignment and proposesd overpass at new RR location crossing Widen to 8 lanes in Allen, Bottleneck improvement at PGBT, and Elevated Managed HOV lanes. Replace bridge with one of adequate width
Superstructure members have minor rust with paint failures under the deck joints due to leakage of the joints. Substructure members have minor to major cracking and some spalling with exposed rebar at various locations. The deck has widespread minor to moderate transverse cracks (~ 0.10" wide) and also has several repaired areas with moderate map cracking and efflorescence underside.
Reconstruct roadway, add managed HOV lanes. US 281 is currently a 4 to 6 lane divided roadway with at-grade intersections. The US 281 project will expand the mainlanes to include both toll and non-toll elements with 2 and 3 lane frontage roads and non-toll northern interchange connectors at Loop 1604 at a cost of $500 million. Reconstruct 4/6 to 8 lanes, Add Managed Lanes, Add Collector Distributors, and 2/3/4 Lane Frontage Roads Widen roadway. Widen SH 161. Widen Roadway replacement and addl lane Widen Roadway Widen roadway, add managed HOV lanes and construct interchange. DART Light Rail Green Line. Reconstruct 6 to 8, 4/6 Ln Concurrent Managed Lanes; 4/6 Frontage Roads Widen roadway and build interchanges Reconstruction of Loop 1 from Cesar Chavez to Slaughter Lane to add 1-lane managed lane in each direction at a cost of $290 million. This improvement is not located in the Loop 343 corridor which runs parallel to Loop 1. Widen Roadway Resurface and improve pavement conditions
Change from Underpass to Overpass Configuration
widen bridge replacement and addl lane Complete rebuild Complete rebuild Reconstruction of Loop 1 from Cesar Chavez to FM 734: add 1lane HOT lane in each direction at a cost of $200.0 million. This improvement is not located in the N. Lamar corridor which runs parallel to Loop 1.
Reconstruction to add 6-lane toll road with frontage roads at a cost of $515.0 million.
Widen Roadway Widen Roadway Construct Overpass Replace bridge Widen Roadway Widen Roadway New structure and dedicated N.and S. turning lanes
Resurface and improve pavement conditions
Direct Connectors at US 59 and IH 610, estimated cost $127 million. Note that these are the same improvements requested in #18 and #31.
Widen roadway and build interchanges On SH 288 from US 59 to IH 610, construct 4 tolled lanes with IH 610 interchange-estimate cost $195 million..
A mitigation plan is being developed for this section. Reconstruct roadway to add managed HOV lanes. Add reversible managed HOV lanes, Build I-30 Trinity River Bridge and rest of Horseshoe project. The City of Tyler has recently opened Grande Boulevard, connecting SH 110 and SH 155. In addition, TxDOT has recently opened Segment 5 of Toll 49 which now connects SH 110 and SH 155. The section of Toll 49 extending west from SH 155 to IH 20 will be open next Spring. Both of these roadways will provide alternate routes for this section of LP 323 and should assist with alleviating congestion. In addition, the expansion of Toll 49 east of SH 110 and the widening of Spur 248 will also assist with alleviating congestion through this corridor. Planning work on both of these projects is expected to begin very soon. Construct NB Direct Connector replace bridge Replace Structure replacement and addl lane New structure over the railroad with realignment of the roadway Widen 6 to 8 Lanes, Add Manage Lanes and Frontage Roads Widen Roadway Complete rebuild Resurface and improve pavement conditions Replace bridge pair with wider bridges Study underway on roadways within the IH 610 loop. Widen 6 to 8 Lanes, Add Manage Lanes and Frontage Roads
Construction of grade separations at major intersecting roadways Reconstruct freeway as low speed arterial. Build new location connection to I-45. ROW, Cost and Design Exceptions Resurface and improve pavement conditions
Change from Underpass to Overpass Configuration
Replace bridge Replace Structure Widen Roadway Widen Roadway Replace bridge with a wider structure provide adequate horizontal sight distance ROW, Cost and Design Exceptions Resurface and improve pavement conditions Replace Bridge Resurface and improve pavement conditions Complete rebuild Environmental, preliminary engineering, and schematic processes are underway; TSM study is ongoing. Intersection improvements and restriping for operational improvements to widen from 10 to 12 lanes- estimated cost $3 million. A study is underway to widen and add managed lanes from SH 99 to SH 6 so the cost of these improvements is TBD. FM 1093 at Beltway 8: Construct 3-level interchange- estimated cost $24 million. Reconstruct from 6 to 8 lanes. replace interchange