Kenney Fort Boulevard is a planned major north/south arterial roadway in the City of Round Rock’s Transportation Master Plan. It was included in the City’s first Transportation Master Plan, published in 1994, but has been part of the planning process since 1988. The roadway is being constructed in multiple project phases. Segment 1, which extends between Joe DiMaggio Boulevard and Forest Creek Drive, was completed during the summer of 2013. Segment 2 and 3 would serve to extend Kenney Fort Boulevard approximately 1.5-miles south from its current terminus at Forest Creek Drive across Gattis School Rd. and terminate at SH 45 North. Segment 2 and 3 of Kenney Fort Boulevard will be a six-lane divided arterial (matching the width of Segment 1).
Project Phase and Status:
Environmental studies and public involvement have been ongoing with the latest public open house held on October 11th, 2017 at the Gattis School Elementary school. There was robust attendance with constructive dialogue from many of the neighbors along this planned corridor. The project surveying, traffic studies and schematic development has been completed. The schematic is provided below for public viewing. Ongoing work includes the development of right of way maps and parcel sketches to be utilized in the right of way acquisition process. This process should begin summer 2018. The engineer is continuing development of the construction plans and is working towards a 60% plan set.
Construction Contractor: To be determined
Budget: To be determined
Project Manager: Gerald Pohlmeyer, 512-218-5589