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MoPac Project Slated for Completion in Fall 2015

The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority has hired CH2M HILL to design and build Express Lanes on north MoPac from Cesar Chavez Street to Parmer Lane. The firm began design work in April 2013. The project groundbreaking was held in October 2013 and construction is slated for completion in fall 2015. In addition to the Express Lanes, the MoPac Improvement Project includes aesthetic enhancements, bicycle and pedestrian improvements, plus the construction of sound walls to mitigate roadway noise. The Express Lanes will be constructed within the existing property limits, so no property is being acquired.

Lane closures are generally limited to Sunday nights from 5 pm to 5 am and Monday through Thursday 9 pm to 5 am. In rare instances a construction related problem could lead to an unexpected lane closure. In an effort to prevent such situations CH2M HILL will face financial penalties any time lanes are closed outside of the approved timeframe. Despite these restrictions and a concerted effort to keep traffic moving, drivers should still anticipate slowdowns and nearby residents should expect night time noise.

More information about the MoPac Improvement Project including detailed lane closure information can be found on our project site, www.MoPacExpress.com.

Estimated project length: Approximately 11 miles, from Parmer Lane to Cesar Chavez Street, with a transition to the existing lanes south of Lady Bird Lake.

In September 2012, the Mobility Authority hosted a workshop on Express Lanes, the MoPac Improvement Project and other future Express Lane projects coming to our region. Click below to view the presentations seen at the Workshop.

State of the Practice in Express/Managed Lanes -  A National Perspective

Georgia State and Tollway Authority Express Lane System Overview

Project Connect: Developing a High-Capacity Transit Plan for Central Texas

Express Lanes in CAMPO Region

San Diego Managed Lanes/ Bus Rapid Transit Strategy

Managed Lanes in Washington State

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