The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) will be hosting a come and go style open house on Monday, June 17, to share information on the Regional Arterials Study, the MoKan/Northeast Subregional Plan, and the Transportation Demand Management Plan.
Those unable to attend the meeting in-person can offer input online at a virtual open house or via email at email@example.com through July 15.
The City of Round Rock will host an informational open house for the Logan Street Connection Project from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, April 2 at the Allen R. Baca Center, 301 W. Bagdad Avenue.
The City is currently designing the Logan Street Connection Project as part of the Round Rock Transportation Master Plan. This project will provide local residents with greater neighborhood connectivity and improved access for emergency vehicles by extending Logan Street to A.W. Grimes Boulevard. Design of the project began in spring 2018 and will continue through fall 2019. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2020. Improvements include:
- Constructing a two-lane extension of Logan Street to A.W. Grimes Boulevard with a bridge over Dry Branch Tributary 1
- Connecting Heritage Springs Trail to Logan Street
- Adding sidewalks to both sides of Logan Street
- Connecting trails to Logan Street sidewalks for improved walk-ability to the school and recreation center
The project team was excited to share initial plans with and collect feedback from 29 attendees at the first public meeting help on October 4, 2018. Below are links to materials from the meeting.
Environmental Constraints Maps
Public Meeting Report – Oct 4, 2018
For more information, contact Project Manager Jose “JC” Montelongo at 512-218-7026.