$96.7 million transportation bond proposition on the ballot
May 2020 Bond Election
City Council authorized a May General Obligation Bond Election and placed a $96.7 million transportation bond proposition on the ballot
On Tuesday, February 11, Pflugerville City Council authorized a May 2020 General Obligation Bond Election and voted to put a $96.7 million transportation proposition on the ballot based on recommendations from the 2020 Capital Improvement Bond Committee.
The Transportation items on the bond include:
- City intersection improvements – $14.4 million for the intersections of SH 130 at CR 138; E Pflugerville Pkwy. at FM 685; Heatherwilde Boulevard at Pecan Street.; FM 685 at Pecan Street.; FM 685/Copper Mine Drive Overpass; Hodde/Weiss Lane at Cele Road.
- City neighborhood street reconstruction – $15.6 million for 10th Street, Algreg Street, Applewood Drive, Bushmills Road, Butler National Drive/Diablo Drive, Caldwells Lane, Cedar Ridge Drive, Dalshank Road, Edgemere Drive, Grand National Avenue, Great Basin, Kay Lane, Lincoln Avenue, Mashburn Street, Meadow Creek Drive, Mountain View Drive, Oak Ridge Drive, Picadilly Drive, Plumbago Drive, Rowe Lane, Russell Street, Sullivan Street, Taylor Avenue, W. Custers Creek Bend, Windermere Drive, Yellow Sage Street.
- Immanuel Road – $8.9 million to widen to an urban three-lane roadway.
- FM 685 corridor improvements – $5.0 million for a corridor study and preliminary engineering and design. The project includes lane alignment, right-of-way acquisition, utility relocation and coordination and surveying.
- SH 45 frontage roads – $9.4 million to connect frontage road gaps.
- Kelly Lane Phase 3 – $13.6 million to widen to an urban four-lane section.
- Pfluger Farm Lane North – $5.3 million to extend the urban three-lane roadway north to SH 45.
- Main Street -$1.6 million for engineering and design for a future urban two-lane section.
- Central Commerce Drive – $5.1 million to widen to an urban three-lane section.
- Picadilly Drive – $4.9 million to widen to an urban three-lane section.
- Cameron Road – $3.4 million for a two-lane urban section from the Pecan Street and Weiss Lane intersection to Cameron Road South.
- East Pflugerville Parkway – $3.5 million for engineering and design to create a four-lane, divided street between Colorado Sand Drive and Weiss Lane.
- East Pecan Street – $4.0 million for preliminary engineering and design to widen to six lanes across SH 130.
The Council also received recommendations from the 2020 Capital Improvement Bond Committee for a Parks and Recreation Bond. The City Council voted to consider items for a Parks and Recreation Bond for a future bond election.
Maps, graphics and additional information about the bonds, the Capital Improvement Bond Committee presentation and updates are posted at http://www.pflugervilletx.gov/bonds.