Hays County


TXDOT Sets 2 Open Houses on I-35 Improvement Study

Posted by Laureen Chernow Wednesday, March 19, 2014 12:02:00 PM Categories: Press Releases



AUSTIN — The Texas Department of Transportation is hosting two open house meetings for the Interstate 35 Hays County Corridor Improvement Study. This study is part of the I-35 Capital Area Improvement Program and will analyze the 23.7-mile segment of I-35 from State Highway 45 Southeast to Posey Road.

The purpose of the open house is to gather community input on possible solutions to improve mobility and safety, as well as transit reliability and emergency response times, within the I-35 corridor. Citizens will be able to learn about the study, ask questions of project team members, and share ideas for improvements.

Project team members will be sharing project maps and preliminary goals for the study. No formal presentation will be given and attendees are invited to come-and-go at their convenience.





March 25, 2014

5 – 7:30 p.m.

Hays High School Cafeteria

4800 Jack C. Hays Trail

Buda TX, 78610

March 27, 2014

5 – 7:30 p.m.

San Marcos Activity Center

501 E. Hopkins

San Marcos, TX 78666


*The open houses are identical; they’re offered at different times/locations for convenience.

Over the course of the study, a range of concepts will be developed and analyzed that will take into account the needs of drivers, transit riders, bicyclists, and pedestrians, as well as surrounding businesses, neighborhoods and the environment. Concepts identified through the improvement study will be incorporated into an Implementation Plan, which will guide the development of projects along the I-35 corridor throughout Williamson, Travis, and Hays Counties.

Beginning March 25, a virtual open house will be available to review details of the study at www.mobility35.org. Citizens can sign up to receive email updates, submit comments and questions, or request meetings with project team members for neighborhood or community groups.

For media inquiries, contact Kelli Reyna at (512) 832-7060 or Kelli.Reyna@txdot.gov.




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