The first intersection in question is the signalized intersection at Ed Schmidt Boulevard and Limmer Loop. The second is the entrance to Lowe's from Ed Schmidt, which is a two-way stop.
The study will collect data on flow of traffic at both intersections and develop a list of recommended improvements to enhance safety and traffic flow.
Hutto City Council will consider a $46,418 contract with Garver LLC for the study on March 23.
If approved, city materials indicate the study will take approximately 60 days.