Travis County Projects
Travis County has enlisted the services of the Mobility Authority to expedite the delivery of several projects in the Capital Improvement Program.
These eight projects are high priorities for safety in the Program. This unique partnership allows the Mobility Authority to develop and construct the projects on an expedited timeline. Travis County provides the funding, operation, and maintenance of the non-tolled facilities.
$25.9 million, funded by Travis County's Capital Improvement Program.
Travis County/Mobility Authority Partnership
Projects that are being constructed by the Mobility Authority through partnership with Travis County:
- County Line Road: The culvert on County Line Road at Elm Creek will be replaced. This reconstruction will address stream crossing and drainage concerns by replacing the current undersized culvert and adjacent structures.
- Pearce Lane: A 3.25-mile section of Pearce Lane from west of Kellam Road to east of Wolf Lane will be reconstructed from the existing two-lane road to a four-lane divided road with bike lanes and sidewalks.
- Elroy Road: Completed early 2022. A 1.12-mile section of Elroy Road from McAngus Road to Kellam Road was reconstructed from a two-lane road to a five-lane road with a continuous center turn lane, bike lanes, and sidewalks.
- Ross Road: A 0.8-mile section of Ross Road from Pearce Lane to Heine Farm Road is currently serving as a two-lane road for commuter and school traffic. The project will widen the existing road to a three-lane road with bicycle and pedestrian facilities.
- Thaxton Road: A 0.71-mile section of Thaxton Road from McKinney Falls Parkway to Sassman Road will be reconstructed from the existing two-lane road to a four-lane divided road with a continuous center turn lane, bike lanes and sidewalks.
- Old Lockhart Road: A 1.7-mile section of Old Lockhart Road from Capitol View Drive to Thaxton Road will have shoulders added in both directions.
- South Pleasant Valley Road: A 2.5-mile section of Bradshaw Road and Turnersville Road will be reconstructed as South Pleasant Valley Road from River Plantation Drive to SH 45 from existing two-lane roads to a four-lane divided road with bike lanes and sidewalks.
- Old San Antonio Road: A 2.1-mile section of Old San Antonio Road from FM 1626 to Puryear Road will have shoulders added in both directions.