TxDOT leads local transportation projects on Loop 360, Bee Caves Road

Ongoing Projects



  1. The Texas Department of Transportation completed extended entrance and exit lanes on Loop 360 to improve intersections with Walsh Tarlton Lane, the Barton Creek Square Mall entrance and MoPac. A left-turn lane was also added on the northbound frontage road of MoPac at Loop 360 to create a triple left-turn condition. Final paving for the project begins this spring.
    February 2016-spring 2017


  2. Approximately 2 miles of Flint Rock Road—between RR 620 at Baylor Scott & White-Lakeway and Serene Hills Drive—will be widened and an asphalt shoulder added. The last of the box culverts are being installed at creek crossings, with driveway and street access underway.
    October 2015-July 2017LTW-2017-02-15-1




  3. The Texas Department of Transportation is planning to install a flashing yellow arrow to the existing traffic signal at the intersection of Bee Caves Road and Cuernavaca Drive. The project is estimated to cost $369,000.
    August 2017 bid




  4. A project team is refining two build alternatives for the Oak Hill Parkway study to bring long-term traffic relief to the intersection of Hwy. 71 and Hwy. 290. A no-build alternative is also under consideration. No new workshops have been scheduled.
    Environmental study expected to be complete in late 2017 or early 2018LTW-2017-02-15-2




  5. Westwood Terrace trenching
    Contractors began trenching to install a water line under Westwood Terrace on
    Jan. 19 as part of the 2015 bond passed by Water Control and Improvement District 10 voters.
    Timeline: January-June 2017
    Cost: $622,745
    Funding sources: WCID 10, city of West Lake Hills




  6. Bee Caves Road upgrades
    TxDOT began construction on a three-mile stretch of Bee Caves Road to add a center turn lane from Redbud Trail to Walsh Tarlton Lane.
    Timeline: November 2016-2019
    Cost: $29 million
    Funding sources: TxDOT




  7. Water lines along Bee Caves Road
    A 16-inch water line will be installed into TxDOT's right of way along the three-mile Bee Caves expansion project as part of the 2015 bond passed in WCID 10.
    Timeline: January-December 2017
    Cost: $6.4 million
    Funding sources: WCID 10




  8. Lakeway Boulevard improvements
    The city of Lakeway installed lane separators on Lakeway Boulevard, near Chandon Lane, to help keep traffic from driving on the sidewalk.
    Timeline: Jan. 12
    Cost: $6,640
    Funding sources: city of Lakeway