City staff and officials prioritized crucial city infrastructure projects with an $18 million budget allocated for Capital Improvement Projects related to transportation in fiscal year 2023-24. Hutto city documents outline the completion of six road projects by the end of 2025.

The details

The following projects have been listed by the city of Hutto with expected completion dates by the end of 2025:
  • FM 1660 at Limmer Loop: The project involves adding dedicated left and right turn lanes on FM 1660 and Limmer Loop in both directions to alleviate delays and enhance safety for present and anticipated increased traffic. Adjacent sidewalk construction will enhance pedestrian safety in the area. Utility construction underway is currently impacting traffic patterns, with roadway improvements anticipated to be completed by this fall.
  • Megasite East-West Spine Road: The construction of the first major roadway within the Megasite is underway, aimed at facilitating the area's development and ongoing expansion, with completion slated for this fall.
  • Exchange Boulevard at Limmer Loop: This collaborative project between the city of Hutto and Hutto ISD aims to enhance traffic flow and pedestrian safety around Cottonwood Creek Elementary School. It is slated for completion by summer 2025 and is presently undergoing field study.
  • Innovation Boulevard at Limmer Loop: The project entails converting the current two-way stop intersection into a new four-way signal stop intersection. The design phase is set to begin presently with completion of the project expected by summer 2025.
  • Live Oak Street Pavement Reconstruction: The Live Oak Street overhaul will incorporate a new roadway featuring sidewalks, street lighting, and underground utilities, drainage and sewer systems, with the current project focus on finalizing the mapping and surveying to determine the precise layout. Anticipated completion is set for winter 2025.
  • CR 137 from FM 1660 South to Brushy Creek: The project entails adding an extra lane to enhance access to Farley Middle School and other upcoming construction projects near CR 137, with improvements planned for the FM 1660 and CR 137 intersection. Currently in the design phase, the project is projected to be completed by winter 2025.
What else?

The city has additionally allocated $1.2 million toward street maintenance and rehabilitation projects, according to a recent update from the city.

More CIP and transportation projects can be found here.