Preliminary results: Voters approve General Obligation Bond Election for Transportation Projects totaling $21.1 Million
In preliminary voting results, voters approved $21.1 million in funding for transportation projects.
The projects include Colorado Sand, Kelly Lane Phase 2, Old Austin Hutto Road and E. Pflugerville Parkway.
Kelly Lane Phase 2 – This project provides for reconstruction and widening of Kelly Lane from a two-lane roadway to an urban four-lane divided section from W. Falcon Pointe Drive to Moorlynch Avenue. Improvements will include roadway, curb and gutter, sidewalk, storm sewer, streetlights and operational traffic improvements.
Colorado Sand Drive – This project provides for construction of the roadway between Copper Mine Drive and Lone Star Ranch Boulevard to a four-lane urban divided section. Improvements include roadway, curb and gutter, sidewalk, storm sewer and street lights.
Old Austin Hutto Road – This project provides for reconstruction and widening of the road from Pecan Street to FM 685 into an urban three-lane section. The plans are complete and include improvements for roadway, curb and gutter, sidewalk, storm sewer, street lights and elimination of a low-water crossing.
East Pflugerville Parkway Extension – This project provides for an extension of Pflugerville Parkway east of Weiss Lane creating a continuous arterial route along the existing Jesse Bohls Drive. Improvements include a four-lane urban divided section with curb and gutter, sidewalk, storm sewer and street lights.
The City Council continues to emphasize the importance of reaching out to regional partners including the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) and Travis County to discuss grant and funding partnerships for identified roadways.