Texas Department of Transportation

AUSTIN
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Public Benefit
I-35:
at Parmer Lane
summer
2019
summer
2021
$24.6 Reduced congestion, improved mobility at Parmer Lane and Lamar Boulevard, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption
Traffic Management System Upgrade:
I-35 Capital Area - Bell County Line to Comal County Line

2016

2019
$11.5 Upgrades the current Transportation Management System, reduces congestion, improves mobility, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption
I-35:
at 51st Street
fall
2016
spring
2018
$19.2 Reduced congestion, improved mobility, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption
I-35:
at Oltorf Street
winter
2017
spring
2020
$55.8 Reduced congestion, improved mobility, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption
I-35:
Rundberg Lane to US 290 East
winter
2018
summer
2021
$199.7 Reduced congestion, improved mobility between I-35 and US183, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption
I-35:
Woodland to US 290 East

2016

2020
$51.4 Reconstruction of I-35 and Oltorf St. Interchange and add operational improvements
US 183:
Metric Blvd. to I-35

2020

2020
$2.3 Add northbound and southbound auxiliary lanes on US 183 between Metric Blvd. and I-35 DCs on ramp to alleviate bottleneck in this area
US 290/SH 71 at Oak Hill:
US 290 from West of FM 1826 to SL 1. SH 71 from US 290 West to Silvermine Dr.

2020

2024
$521.2 Provide improvements along US 290 and SH 71 and reconstruct the US 290 and SH 71 Interchange
I-35 Capital Express North:
SH 45 North to US 290 East

2022

2025
$500 Add one non-tolled manged lane in each direction and operational improvements proposed under the Mobility35 Program
I-35 Capital Express South:
US 290 West to SH 45 Southeast

2022

2025
$400 Add two non-tolled manged lanes in each direction and operational improvements proposed under the Mobility35 Program

DALLAS
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I-635 LBJ East
US 75 to I-30
spring
2020
winter
2024
$1740 Improved safety and mobility, new continuous frontage roads throughout the corridor, reduced congestion, improved and more reliable travel times, improved I-30 interchange and lower fuel consumption.
I-35 East:
I-30 to Oak Lawn
fall
2017
summer
2021
$79 Reduced congestion, improved mobility, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption
I-35 East:
US 67 - Southern Gateway
spring
2017
winter
2021
$666 Reduced congestion, improved mobility, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption 
Irving Interchanges:
Loop 12, SH 114, Spur 482, & SH 183

2020
spring
2024
$355 Reduced congestion, improved mobility, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption 
I-30 East:
Bass Pro to FM 2642

2021

2026
$834 Reduced congestion, improved mobility, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption 
I-35 East:
I-635 to Denton County Line

2021

2024
$675 Reduced congestion, improved mobility, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption 
I-30 Canyon:
I-35 East to I-45

2022

2025
$426 Reduced congestion, improved mobility, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption 
I-35:
I-35 West to North of Cooke County Line

2022

2028
$1,351 Reduced congestion, improved mobility, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption 

FORT WORTH
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Public Benefit
SH 199 fall
2016
2019 $46 Reduced congestion, improved mobility and safety, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption
SH 121:
SH 114 to Hall Johnson
summer
2016
2018 $61 Reduced congestion, improved mobility and safety, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption
I-820:
SH 121 to Randol Mill Rd.
summer 2018 2022 $174 Reduced congestion, improved mobility and safety, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption
I-635/SH 121
Interchange
summer 2018 2022 $370 Reduced congestion, improved mobility and safety, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption
Southeast Connector:
Meadowbrook Dr. to I-20
2022 2027 $1,490 Reduced congestion, improved mobility and safety, operational efficiency, more reliable travel times, lower fuel consumption

HOUSTON
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Public Benefit
I-610:
Cambridge St. to Scott St.
fall
2019
winter
2022
$116.9 Offer traffic congestion relief and increase mobility with the reconstruction of the mainlanes, frontage roads, the addition of a freeway overpass and eight direct connector tie-ins to SH 288
I-45:
NASA to FM 518
spring
2017
summer
2020
$112.3 Improve mobility on a heavily traveled hurricane evacuation route. This project is a piece of the overall project to widen I-45 S from NASA 1 going south all the way to Galveston
I-45:
North of FM 517 to South of FM 1764

2018

2022
$289 Reconstruct pavement to eight mainlanes and two 2-lane frontage roads
I-69:
at I-610
summer
2017
spring
2022
$287.0 Reconstruction of the I-610/I-69 interchange will help to reduce congestion and improve mobility and operational efficiency
I-10:
FM 359 to Brazos River
summer
2017
spring
2021
$242.2 One of the pieces of the overall project to add two lanes on I-10 between Houston and San Antonio. Aid in improving connectivity as well as improving mobility on a hurricane evacuation route
I-45, IH-69, and IH-10:
FM 359 to Brazos River

2022

2028
$4,230 Reconstruct interchanges, construct parkway connectors into downtown Houston, and construct three bridges
IH-69:
SH 288 to Spur 527

2021

2026
$274 Reconstruct 10 GPs
SH 35 and IH-610:
SH 35 North of OST to Bellfort St., Interchange at IH- 10

2022

2027
$445 Construct an 8-lane freeway, 2-lane FRs on new location, and DCs at SH 35 and I- 610
I-45:
IH-10 to IH-610 and Interchange at IH-610

2024

2028
$1,225 Reconstruct GPs, FRs, and interchange, and construct four new NTMLs

SAN ANTONIO
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Public Benefit
I-410:
US 90 to SH 151
summer
2016
winter
2020
$98.9 Improved bottleneck congestion; peak period speed increase of 44 mph anticipated; supports mission of Joint Base San Antonio by improving traffic operations around Lackland Air Force Base
I-410:
at US 90 interchange

2016

2020
$84 Provide operational improvements including the construction of two priority DCs and ramp reconfigurations
US 281:
LP 1604 to Bexar/Comal County line

2017

2023
$532 Reconstruct and widen from 4-lane divided roadway to 6-lane expressway, including two HOV lanes
I-10 East:
I-410 to LP 1604

2018

2021
$144 Expand the 4-lane divided roadway to 4-lane expressway, including frontage road, ramp, and intersection improvements
LP 1604 Northeast:
I-35 to FM 78

2018

2021
$55 Expand the 4-lane divided roadway to 4-lane expressway
I-410:
US 90 to Ingram Rd.

2019

2023
$120 Add two mainlanes, ramp reconfigurations, and two priority DCs
I-410:
at I-10 East Interchange

2020

2024
$156 Provide priority interchange improvements
LP 1604:
SH 16 to US 281

2021

2026
$832 Expand the existing expressway to add six additional lanes
I-35 NEX:
I-410 North to FM 3009

2021

2025
$1,323 Expand the existing expressway to add six additional mainlanes
I-35 NEX:
I-410 South to I-410 North

2021

2026
$816 Expand the existing expressway to add six additional lanes