Construction began on Phase 1 of the Manor Expressway in eastern Travis County in March 2010. The Mobility Authority received federal stimulus funding to help complete the flyover direct connect interchange between US 183 and the Manor Expressway. As a result, the Mobility Authority prioritized construction of these interchanges, as well as right-of-way acquisition and utility relocation on a 1.4-mile stretch of the Manor Expressway between US 183 and Chimney Hill Drive to ensure the new flyovers operate efficiently. This first phase began opening to traffic in December 2012. Click here to download a fact sheet with more information and toll rates.
Once completed, the Manor Expressway will be a 6.2-mile limited-access toll road with three lanes in each direction. It is being constructed in an expanded median of US 290 and will extend from US 183 to east of Parmer Lane. The existing US 290 will be widened and will remain non-tolled.
More information about the Manor Expressway project, including maps, schematics, real-time construction photos and the planned shared use path, can be viewed on our project site, www.ManorExpressway.com.
Total Project Cost: $426 million+
The Mobility Authority hosted a Manor Expressway Public Hearing April 27, 2011. Click here to view the comments and questions submitted and the Mobility Authority's responses.