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Congestion Projects

TxDOT’s goal is to address gridlock for Texas drivers statewide. TxDOT is compiling and developing critical projects to address congestion. These projects have now been approved and included in the state’s Unified Transportation Program (UTP), our 10-year project development plan.

Generic Drone Shot Highway
Project Name:
I-35: at Parmer Lane
Timeline:
2019-2022
Cost:
$33,600,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Construct diverging diamond interchange to alleviate an existing bottleneck at the intersection of FM 734 (Parmer Lane) and I-35
Project Name:
Traffic Management System Upgrade: I-35 Capital Area - Bell County Line to Comal County Line
Timeline:
2016-2019
Cost:
$11,500,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-35: at 51st Street
Timeline:
2016-2018
Cost:
$19,200,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Added a new roundabout at the southbound I-35 frontage road at I-35, realigned the frontage road
Project Name:
I-35: at Oltorf Street
Timeline:
2017-2020
Cost:
$51,400,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Reconstructed the I-35 at Oltorf Street intersection
Project Name:
I-35: Rundberg Lane to US 290 East
Timeline:
2018-2021
Cost:
$199,700,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Add three flyovers at the I-35/US 183 interchange
Improve the existing northbound I-35 to northbound US 183 flyover
Project Name:
US 183: Metric Blvd. to I-35
Timeline:
2020-2020
Cost:
$2,300,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Add northbound and southbound auxiliary lanes on US 183 between Metric Boulevard and I-35 flyovers to alleviate bottleneck in this area
Project Name:
Oak Hill Parkway: US 290 from West of FM 1826 to SL 1. SH 71 from US 290 West to Silvermine Dr.
Timeline:
2021-2024
Cost:
$731,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Reconstruct 4-lane divided roadway to 6-lane controlled access highway.
Reconstruct the US 290/SH 71 interchange and add flyovers
Project Name:
I-35 Capital Express North: SH 45 North to US 290 East
Timeline:
2022-2025
Cost:
$485,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Add one non-tolled manged lane in each direction
Project Name:
I-35 Capital Express South: US 290 West to SH 45 Southeast
Timeline:
2022-2025
Cost:
$415,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Add two non-tolled manged lanes in each direction
Project Name:
I-35 Capital Express Central: US 290 East to US 290 West
Timeline:
TBD
Cost:
TBD
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Add two non-tolled manged lanes in each direction
Project Name:
I-635 LBJ East US 75 to I-30
Timeline:
2020-2024
Cost:
$1,740,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
New continous frontage roads throughout corridor
Project Name:
I-35 East: I-30 to Oak Lawn
Timeline:
2017-2021
Cost:
$83,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-35 East: US 67 - Southern Gateway
Timeline:
2017-2021
Cost:
$666,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
Irving Interchanges: Loop 12, SH 114, Spur 482, & SH 183
Timeline:
2020-2023
Cost:
$301,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-30 East: Bass Pro to FM 2642
Timeline:
2021-2026
Cost:
$834,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-35 East: I-635 to Denton County Line
Timeline:
2021-2024
Cost:
$675,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-30 Canyon: I-35 East to I-45
Timeline:
2022-2025
Cost:
$426,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-35: I-35 West to North of Cooke County Line
Timeline:
2022-2028
Cost:
$1,677,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
SH 199
Timeline:
2016-2019
Cost:
$48,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
SH 121: SH 114 to Hall Johnson
Timeline:
2016-2018
Cost:
$61,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-820: SH 121 to Randol Mill Rd.
Project Website
Timeline:
2018-2023
Cost:
$174,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-635/SH 121 Interchange
Project Website
Timeline:
2018-2021
Cost:
$370,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
Southeast Connector: Meadowbrook Dr. to I-20
Timeline:
2022-2026
Cost:
$1,600,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-610: Cambridge St. to Scott St.
Timeline:
2019-2022
Cost:
$116,900,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Offer traffic congestion relief and increase mobility with the reconstruction of the mainlanes
Frontage roads
Addition of a freeway overpass and eight direct connector tie-ins to SH 288
Project Name:
I-45: NASA 1 to FM 518
Timeline:
2017-2022
Cost:
$99,800,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Improve Hurricane Evacuation Route
Project Name:
I-45 Gulf Freeway: North of FM 517 to South of FM 1764
Timeline:
2018-2023
Cost:
$240,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Improve Hurricane Evacuation Route
Project Name:
I-610: I-610 West Loop at I-69 Southwest
Project Website
Timeline:
2017-2024
Cost:
$287,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-10: FM 359 to Brazos River
Timeline:
2021-2023
Cost:
$242,200,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Improve Hurricane Evacuation Route
Project Name:
I-45, IH-69, and IH-10: FM 359 to Brazos River
Timeline:
2022-2028
Cost:
$4,230,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Reconstruct interchanges, construct parkway connectors into downtown Houston
Construct three bridges
Project Name:
IH-69: SH 288 to Spur 527
Timeline:
2021-2026
Cost:
$274,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Reconstruct 10 GPs
Project Name:
SH 35 and IH-610: SH 35 North of OST to Bellfort St., Interchange at IH- 10
Timeline:
2022-2027
Cost:
$445,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Construct an 8-lane freeway, 2-lane FRs on new location
DCs at SH 35 and I-610
Project Name:
I-45: IH-10 to IH-610 and Interchange at IH-610
Timeline:
2024-2028
Cost:
$1,225,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Reconstruct GPs, FRs, and interchange, and construct four new NTMLs
Project Name:
I-410: US 90 to SH 151
Timeline:
2016-2020
Cost:
$98,900,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Supports mission of Joint Base San Antonio
Project Name:
I-410: at US 90 interchange
Timeline:
2016-2020
Cost:
$84,800,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
US 281: LP 1604 to Bexar/Comal County line
Timeline:
2017-2023
Cost:
$532,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Reconstruct and widen from 4-lane divided roadway to 6-lane expressway, including two HOV lanes
Project Name:
I-10 East: I-410 to LP 1604
Timeline:
2018-2021
Cost:
$144,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Expand the 4-lane divided roadway to 4-lane expressway, including frontage road, ramp, and intersection improvements
Project Name:
LP 1604 Northeast: I-35 to FM 78
Timeline:
2018-2021
Cost:
$55,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Expand the 4-lane divided roadway to 4-lane expressway
Project Name:
I-410: US 90 to Ingram Rd.
Timeline:
2019-2023
Cost:
$120,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Add two mainlanes, ramp reconfigurations, and two priority DCs
Project Name:
I-410: at I-10 East Interchange
Timeline:
2020-2024
Cost:
$156,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Provide priority interchange improvements
Project Name:
LP 1604: SH 16 to US 281
Timeline:
2021-2026
Cost:
$832,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Expand the existing expressway to add six additional lanes
Project Name:
I-35 NEX: I-410 North to FM 3009
Timeline:
2021-2025
Cost:
$1,323,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Expand the existing expressway to add six additional mainlanes
Project Name:
I-35 NEX: I-410 South to I-410 North
Timeline:
2021-2026
Cost:
$816,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Expand the existing expressway to add six additional lanes
Driver benefits include:
Reducing Congestion
Improve Safety and Mobility
Increasing Operational Efficiency
Providing Reliable Travel Time
Lowering Fuel Consumption