STUDY INFORMATION

The Southeast Corridor Study considers connections for east/west travel between SH 130 and SH 95 and north/south travel to US 79.

Williamson County began studying the Southeast Corridor in April 2017. Consulting firms have been hired to conduct public involvement, environmental studies, and preliminary engineering schematic design. To date, we have held three public meetings and gathered hundreds of comments and valuable feedback. Engineering solutions are under consideration and construction funding has not yet been identified.

The Southeast Corridor is one of several corridors that Williamson County is studying as part of the Long-Range Transportation Plan to enhance mobility in the County. The corridors under study were selected because these are areas in the County where more connection and mobility options are needed to safely and efficiently accommodate future growth.

This process began in April 2017 as two separate studies referred to as A1 (SH 130 and 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.

Southeast Corridor Study Process

 

The study involves several stages:

Present route alternatives and

collect input from public

 

 

Further refine and finalize route

 

Develop right of way preservation plan

Identify funding and develop phased construction plan

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Collect input and route

suggestions from the public

 

Evaluate and refine routes

 

Present refined routes and collect public input

 

 

Detailed analysis and evaluation (environmental, fieldwork, coordination with property owners)

 

 

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Considerations

The process to study these corridors involves evaluating many factors including:

Water  Resources

 

Social &  Community  Impacts

 

 

Public  Input

 

 

Land Use &  Parkland

 

 

Archaeological  & Historic  Resources

 

 

Row Analysis

& Land Cost

 

 

Threatened &  Endangered  Species

 

 

Vegetation &  Wildlife

 

 

 

Engineering  Analysis

 

 

Hazardous Materials

 

 

 

Materials and Documents

The A-1 and E-1 Corridors were originally studied separately, but because the corridors would connect and the study areas had some overlap, they are now being studied together as the Southeast Corridor.  Below are materials shared at past public meetings.

August 24, 2017, Public Meeting (Corridors A-1 and E-1)

June 27, 2017, Public Meeting (Corridor E-1)

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