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Ronald Reagan Extension
Location: Ronald Reagan Extension from IH 35 to SH 95 in Precinct 3 and 4.
Overview: Williamson County is conducting a study to develop a plan for improvements for Ronald Reagan Boulevard between IH 35 and SH 95, referred to as Corridor D. The purpose of the study is to identify an east/west connector between IH 35 and SH 95. This study will serve as an important planning step to accommodate current and anticipated future traffic levels to provide reliable transportation as the County continues to grow. By planning ahead, the County can best coordinate with property owners, businesses and the community.
Status:

Over the past year, Halff Associates, Inc. has developed an alignment to provide a safe and effective connection between IH 35 and SH 95. This study has involved desktop research, conducting engineering surveys and field team analysis, and gathering input from impacted property owners. Refinements have been made to the alignment based on field reviews and stakeholder feedback.

The new alignment has been incorporated into the draft Long Range Transportation Plan, which is anticipated to be placed on the Commissioners Court agenda for adoption later this month. Schematic design is expected to be complete this fall. There is no funding for construction at this time. The road will be built as growth necessitates and funding is secured. It could be several decades before the entire Ronald Reagan Extension is built.

 
Public Involvement

Williamson County wants to hear from you, and public input is encouraged at any time. For more information, please reach out:
Email: roads@wilco.org
Call: 512-943-1195 (leave a message to request a call back within 48 hrs.)
Mail: Williamson County Public Information Office
        710 S. Main St., Ste. 101
        Georgetown, TX 78626

Updates: If you would like to receive e-mail updates, please send an email to roads@wilco.org with "Corridor D Updates” in the subject line.

 
Documents
 TitleModified DateSize 
Fact Sheet6/25/2020293.10 KBDownload
FAQs6/25/2020294.37 KBDownload
Long Range Transportation Plan3/9/2020UnknownDownload
 
Program Map
Corridor D / Ronald Reagan Extension