The Transportation Department works hard to improve traffic flow and our public roadways. Here you will find links to all of our current projects, ongoing programs, projects we work on with our regional partners and recently completed projects.
These projects have construction start and end dates; they are funded by your sales tax dollars, Transportation Development and Economic Fund and bond money.
All construction dates are estimates, please visit the individual project webpages for more information.
|Creek Bend Boulevard Extension||Substantially Complete||Winter 2017|
|Right Turn Lane at Gattis School Road and Mays Street||Design plans are 100% percent complete||Pending|
|Gattis School Road Segment 6||Engineering and Design||Pending|
|Kenney Fort Blvd North Extension (Segment 4)||Engineering and Design||Pending|
|Kenney Fort Blvd Segment 2 and 3||Engineering and Design||Pending|
|McNeil Ave Extension||Engineering and Design||Pending|
|Meridian Right Turn Lane||Awarded||Summer 2017|
|Mokan Corridor Feasibility Study||Engineering and Design||Pending|
|Railroad Quiet Zones||UPRR contracts executed November 2016||Spring 2018|
|Red Bud Lane||Engineering and Design||Pending|
|Roundville Lane||Engineering and Design||Pending|
|SWDT Phase 5A – Mays Street Improvements||Substantially Complete||Complete spring 2017|
|SWDT Phase 5B – Downtown Southwest Infrastructure Improvements||Under construction||Anticipate completed Feb 2018|
|Texas Avenue Connection||Engineering and Design||Pending|
|University Boulevard Widening||Engineering and Design||Late 2017/Early 2018|
|US 79 – Joe DiMaggio to Diamond Oaks||Engineering and Design||Pending|
These programs are ongoing for the enhancement and betterment of traffic flow. Each fiscal year the programs are funded at different levels so the work under each program varies according to availability of funding. Please visit the individual program webpages for more information.
These projects are being constructed either by one of our regional partners, Williamson County or Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), or in conjunction with the City. For information on these projects, please contact the controlling agency or visit the associated webpage.
|I-35 from RM 1431 to FM 3406||Southbound frontage road, ramps||TxDOT|
|I-35 from US 79 to SH 45 North||Northbound frontage road, ramps||TxDOT|
|Mays Street Extension||Teravista Parkway to Westinghouse Road||City of Geogetown|
|Mobility 35||IH 35 from San Marcos to Georgetown||TxDOT|
|North Mays Street Extension Phase 1||North Mays Street from Paloma Drive to Oakmont Drive||Williamson County|
|RM 620 Safety Improvements Project||RM 620 from IH 35 to Deepwood Drive||City of Round Rock, TxDOT|
|RM 620 Phase 2||RM 620 from Cornerwood Drive to Deepwood Drive||TxDOT, Williamson County|
|SH 45 Frontage Road||SH 45 frontage between Donnell and Heatherwilde||City of Pflugerville|
These projects have been recently completed by the City of Round Rock or our Regional Partners.
|Sidewalk Gap Program-Mays Street|