Kenney Fort Boulevard Segments 2 & 3


The City of Round Rock, in partnership with Williamson County and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), is developing a project to construct Segments 2 and 3 of Kenney Fort Boulevard (KFB). KFB, also referred to as Arterial A, is identified as a major arterial roadway in the City of Round Rock’s Transportation Master Plan. It has been included in the City’s Transportation Master Plan since 1999 and is being constructed in phases. KFB Segment 1, which extends between Joe DiMaggio Boulevard (just north of US 79) and Forest Creek Drive, was completed during the summer of 2013. KFB Segments 2 and 3, would extend from Forest Creek Drive south to State Highway (SH) 45. Completing KFB Segments 2 and 3 would eliminate an existing gap in the city’s transportation network while enhancing mobility and providing an additional route for north/south traffic in this rapidly developing quadrant of the City of Round Rock.

The proposed project would be to construct a limited-access six-lane divided major arterial. Three 12-foot travel lanes would be constructed in each direction. Continuous sidewalk and a shared use path to connect neighborhoods along the route to the existing Brushy Creek Trail System and Old Settler’s Park would also be constructed.

The City initiated development of KFB Segments 2 and 3 in 2016 and anticipates the project being advertised for construction bids in Summer 2021.

The City of Round Rock, in partnership with Williamson County and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), will conduct a virtual public hearing for the Kenney Fort Boulevard Project, Segments 2 and 3. The virtual public hearing will be held on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020 through Dec, 18, 2020 until 11:59 pm. In-person option will also be available on Dec. 2, 2020 from 10 am to 7 pm at the Round Rock Transportation Department Training Room, 3400 Sunrise Road, Round Rock, TX 78665. The proposed project would eliminate an existing gap in the city’s transportation network while enhancing mobility and providing an additional route for north/south traffic in this rapidly growing area of the city. Please Click here for the public hearing notice and more information.

To view the schematic for the project please click on the View Project Map on the top right corner of the page.

Public hearing documents below:

Air Quality Technical Report

Archeological Survey Report

Biological Evaluation Form and Tier – Site Assessment

Community Impacts Assessment Technical Report Form

Environmental Assessment

Hazardous Materials Initial Site Assessment

Indirect Impacts Technical Report

Neighborhood Leaders and Open House Summary Report

Project Coordination Request for Historic Studies Project

Project Location Map

Risk Assessment for Cumulative Impacts

Traffic Noise Technical Report

Water Resources Technical Report

Fact Sheet

Comment Form

Virtual Presentation Recording

Presentation

Presentation with Transcript

 

 

STATUS:

Design

TYPE:

Transportation

ENGINEER:

CP&Y, Inc.

PROJECT MANAGER:

Gerald Pohlmeyer, Project Manager

512-218-5589

gpohlmeyer@roundrocktexas.gov

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