Southeast Corridor Study
Williamson County is conducting a study to consider connections for east/west travel between SH 130 and SH 95 and north/south travel to US 79.
As part of the County Long-Range Transportation Plan, Williamson County is studying corridors that would enhance mobility in the County. The Southeast Corridor would provide reliable transportation options and increase connectivity in eastern Williamson County to accommodate current and future growth and traffic levels. By planning ahead, the County can coordinate and work together with property owners, businesses, and the community while planning for the future. This corridor was selected because the County recognized that more connection and mobility options are needed to safely and efficiently accommodate future growth in this area.
This process began in April 2017 as two separate studies referred to as A1 (SH 130 to 3349) and E1 (Chandler Rd. to FM 1660). Public input indicated a desire to evaluate the two studies together and the limits have evolved to reflect the Southeast Corridor Study.
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