Public hearing will collect Toll 183A comments

The proposed Phase 3 extension will stretch from Hero Way to SH 29.

The proposed Phase 3 extension will stretch from Hero Way to SH 29.

The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority will hold a public hearing June 13 to gather community input on the third phase of the Toll 183A project.

Project improvements and the Draft Environmental Assessment will be presented, and the public can comment on the proposal, according to a June 7 release by the Mobility Authority. Attendees can ask questions and talk with project planners and engineers.

The project is a possible 6.6-mile extension of 183A from Hero Way to SH 29. The project would begin with two lanes in both directions and three lanes in the future, according to the release.

The Draft Environmental Assessment is available online on the project's website. Online absentee comments can be submitted on or before June 28 as part of the official hearing record.

The hearing will be held at Upwards Church located at 8754 RM 2243, Leander. The formal hearing will begin at 7 p.m., but displays of maps and designs will be available from 6 to 9 p.m.
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