FM 1460 widening project breaks ground

The Texas Department of Transportation joined U.S. Representative John R. Carter, and officials from Williamson County and the cities of Round Rock and Georgetown as they celebrated the beginning of construction on Farm-to-Market Road 1460, from Quail Valley Drive to University Boulevard.

The $21 million project will convert approximately 3.5 miles of an existing two-lane roadway to a five-lane curb and gutter section from Quail Valley Drive to SE Inner Loop, and a four-lane divided highway from SE Inner Loop to University Boulevard. Once complete, this project will enhance safety and reduce congestion for motorists traveling through the area.

Officials from TxDOT join U.S. Rep. John Carter and representatives from the cities of Round Rock and Georgetown to kick off the road widening project.




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