We are excited to show you our progress as we build a better way to travel on US 290 and SH 71.
With the turn of shovels, TxDOT officially began construction on the Oak Hill Parkway project.
On July 1, 2021, it was a beautiful day to mark the beginning of this community-driven project.
CRC crews use iPads to view design plans in the field, which increases productivity while also reducing paper waste, May 2021
Crews note the exact locations of direct-current electrical resistivity imaging (DC-ERI) sensors in relation to future roadway bridge piers, May 2021
Crews strategically place direct-current electrical resistivity imaging (DC-ERI) sensors along the future footprint of a bridge near US 290 and Old Bee Caves Road, May 2021
Tree protection fencing near US 290 and Williamson Creek is inspected, May 2021
The project’s tree care experts inject nutrients into the soil of “The Nieces” iconic trees during regularly scheduled preservation activities, May 2021
Iconic trees “The Nieces” remain fenced off in a dedicated “Tree Protection Area” near William Cannon Boulevard, May 2021
Tree protection fencing was placed throughout the corridor, Dec. 2020
Contractor performs geotechnical investigations near "Y", Oct. 2020
Westbound US 290 at William Cannon Drive, 2017
The "Y" at Oak Hill, 2017
Westbound US 290 at SH 71, 2017