The Williamson County Commissioners Court adopted the Long-Range Transportation Plan in October 2009. The County’s continued growth requires progressive planning in order to keep pace with the increase in the number of residents and vehicles. Williamson County has been working with its cities and neighboring counties in order to coordinate connectivity and mobility throughout the region. Amendments to the plan were approved in October 2013, and it continues to be amended as needed.
The US Census Bureau recently announced that Williamson County is the sixth fastest growing county in the United States. Progressive planning is required in order to keep pace with this tremendous growth. Williamson County again amended the plan to include a proposed arterial plan map and a revision to the controlled access facility map. The locations of the controlled access facilities and arterial roadways are conceptual only. Final alignments for each route will be determined through appropriate planning and environmental studies. Williamson County has been working with its cities and neighboring counties in order to coordinate connectivity and mobility throughout the region. The controlled access and arterial plan outlines a network of roadways that will foster safety and mobility across the County.
For additional information, please contact Terron Evertson at (512) 943-3330 or Adam Boatright at [email protected] or (512) 943-3374