The Texas Department of Transportation is proposing improvements to RM 620 South between SH 71 and Hudson Bend Road in Travis County.
The proposed project plans to address safety and mobility concerns along this section of RM 620 with the following improvements:
- Widening the existing 4-lane divided rural roadway to a 6-lane divided urban roadway, adding a third travel lane in each direction
- Adding raised medians
- Adding a continuous bike/pedestrian shared-use path along the corridor
- Open House #1: Oct. 10, 2018 at Lakeway Activity Center from 5-7 p.m.
- Open House #2: June 26, 2019 at Bee Cave City Hall from 5-7p.m.
- Public Hearing: Late 2019
- Anticipated Environmental Finding: Mid 2020
- Construction Contract: FY 2022**
* Timeline contingent on environmental finding, right-of-way acquisition, and utility relocations
** Applies to funded project from SH 71 to Oak Grove Boulevard
Texas has been aggressively acquiring private land through condemnation for transportation projects across the state to accommodate the needs of a growing population. If you have been contacted by TxDOT or any of their representatives, please contact us immediately. The important thing to remember is that even if you’ve received a letter in the mail from a condemnation entity informing you of their intentions, this does not mean that it’s a done deal. There are many ways to influence the condemnation process to ensure that your wants and needs are met, but it’s important that you involve knowledgeable professionals that can help guide you through the process.