Transportation Updates

Transportation Updates



1. FM 110 construction


Hays County and the Texas Department of Transportation will begin work this spring on the middle section of FM 110, a planned loop around the city of San Marcos. The middle section of the road will span from Staples Road to Hwy. 80.
Timeline: summer 2016-summer 2017
Cost: N/A
Funding sources: Hays County, TxDOT, city of San Marcos



2. I-35 ramp construction


Three northbound entrance and exit ramps on I-35 between the Blanco River and FM 150 in Kyle will be reversed. Two southbound entrance and exit ramps between the Blanco River and FM 150 will also be reversed. A new northbound exit ramp will also be built between the Blanco River and Yarrington Road.
Timeline: spring 2016-summer 2017
Cost: $8.97 million
Funding sources: Hays County, TxDOT



3. FM 967 improvements


The project, which will add sidewalks, shoulders, widened lanes and a center turn lane on FM 967, is expected to open to traffic in February. The final paving on the project has been delayed until spring due to cold temperatures. The project area includes the 2.6-mile span of FM 967 from Cole Springs Road to FM 1626 in Buda.
Timeline: September 2014-spring 2016
Cost: $4.4 million
Funding sources: Hays County, TxDOT



4. Marketplace Avenue extension


The project, which will provide improved north-south mobility, is more than halfway complete. Kyle officials expect the three-lane extension to be completed on schedule and within the approved budget.
Timeline: September 2015-June 2016
Cost: $3.8 million
Funding sources: city of Kyle



5. Sessom Drive improvements


Work on Sessom Drive in San Marcos, due to begin in spring 2016, has been delayed to spring 2017 to allow for utility relocation. Erosion controls will be added and sidewalks and intersections will be improved on the portion of Sessom from Aquarena Springs to North LBJ drives.
Timeline: spring 2017-fall 2017
Cost: $2.7 million
Funding sources: Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, Texas State University, city of San Marcos