Construction is expected to start in September.
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Last year, Texas Department of Transportation data shows that five crashes were reported at the intersection of SH 71 and Pedernales Summit …
ONCOR says they monitor the poles to make sure they do not lean further.
The $100 device is cheaper than commercial tools.
The public survey will go on for 9 months.
The Austin Transportation Department says they plan to re-time signal lights at 340 intersections in 2017.
Responses showed only three percent of drivers gave up driving alone, compared to CapMetro’s goal of 5-10 percent.
Officials say a signal light at the intersection would not work.
An uptick in usage has TxDOT looking at adding additional lanes to the toll road.
The overpasses are being considered at Kellam and Ross Roads.
Last year, Spotify donated music equipment to Kealing Middle School and now the students are making their own music.
A neighbor says the major issues she sees are missing and poorly designed sidewalks, the need for more signal lights and speeding drivers.
Construction on the intersection is expected to be completed in 2019.
Several events will close roads around Austin this weekend.
Before the signal light was installed, making a left-hand turn could be treacherous as it was a blind turn into oncoming westbound traffic.
A pole leaning dangerously close to the road has been realigned
The SH 71 Express Project is expected to open before March.
Officials want to make sure construction on Kenney Fort Blvd doesn’t affect the MoKan corridor in the future
Signs were erected 10 years ago warning drivers about the uneven terrain.
The project not only adds two express lanes on 183 from SH 45 to the MoPac ramp, but also adds another non-tolled lane.