Improving long term mobility Oak Hill Parkway Project

A  Jan. 16, 2018 public hearing for the Oak Hill Parkway project has been postponed. The Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) will not be released in December 2017 as previously scheduled. Transportation agencies are having more in-depth discussions about funding projects across the state including the Oak Hill Parkway (US 290 & SH 71) project.    

The project team will be distributing more communications when we know about the timing of the release of the document and the public hearing. We welcome you to sign up for updates here.

The Project

US 290 and SH 71 through Oak Hill act as a gateway to the hill country and serve as a key route to Austin for the residents of Oak Hill, Lakeway, Bee Cave, Dripping Springs and other growing communities. US 290 extends from IH 10 near Junction to IH 610 in Houston, and SH 71 extends from US 87 near Brady to SH 35 near Blessing. The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (Mobility Authority) have partnered together to improve long-term mobility in the area. In 2012, we launched our environmental study so that we could collaboratively propose a solution that effectively addresses congestion, respects the environment, and adds value to the Oak Hill community.

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Have questions or feedback about the Oak Hill Parkway? Call us at (512) 342-3281. Or click below to send us a message electronically.

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