The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has proposed improvements to Loop 1604 from FM 78 to I-10 East in Bexar County.  The purpose of the condemnation project is to improve operations and relieve congestion from Fm 78 to I-10 East, provide a long-term solution to FM 78 congestion, and provide continuous movement along Loop 1604. The current estimated construction cost is $300 million.

Proposed improvements

  • Upgrading Loop 1604 to a controlled-access expressway to include construction of ramps to connect mainlanes and frontage roads
  • Constructing bridge overpasses and at-grade U-turns at all intersections
  • Building an elevated U-turn from southbound mainlanes to the northbound frontage road near Randolph AFB
  • Constructing additional at-grade U-turns near Randolph AFB
  • Building continuous frontage roads
  • Reconfiguring the Lower Seguin Road intersection at Loop 1604
The proposed right-of-way is approximately 48.4 acres, and would result in 4 displacements.

Project Timeline

  • 2021 to 2025 – Right-of-way acquisition, design, and utility relocation
  • 2025 – Construction (if funding is available)
  • 2029 – Lanes open

Are you an impacted landowner?

If you have received a letter or been contacted by Bexar County, now is a critical time to consult with an attorney. To schedule a 30-minute consultation with one of our condemnation attorneys, please complete the form below or call (512) 894-5426. To schedule a 30-minute consultation with one of our condemnation attorneys, please contact us here or call (512) 894-5426.

The Braun & Gresham Condemnation Team:

Patrick L. Reznik Attorney & Counselor
Carly Barton
Carly Barton Attorney & Counselor
Audrey Banner
Audrey Banner Paralegal

At Braun & Gresham, our attorneys can help you before, during, and after the taking of your land. We will advise you on the best course of action and not only help you get full market value, but also help you protect the aspects you love most.

For more information about the project, or to learn about your rights in the condemnation process, please contact us at [email protected] or (512) 894-5426.