The City of Austin Council met Thursday June 23, 2016 to discuss a proposed $720 million dollar transportation bond. The bond includes $101 million for “regional mobility improvements” including RM620/FM2222, Anderson Mill, Loop 360, Oak Hill”. Prior to this meeting there were various levels of fund...
West Austin / Four Points Call to Action: RM 620 & FM2222 improvements were removed from the CAMPO 2020 plan due to a lack of funding - please contact CAMPO by June 29th during the official comment period for this change - take action at the following link:
Traffic relief along the RM 620 corridor will happen in multiple steps – TxDOT believes the first and most critical step is the restructuring of the RM 620 / FM 2222 intersection and the widening of FM 2222. In fact, all of the other RM 620 improvements studied have assumed these improvements as a p...
Did you see the update in the Four Points News and/or Ranch Record about adding signals at Steiner Ranch Blvd. and RM 620? See the following link for more information as well as why this option was eventually selected:
Steiner Ranch Neighborhood Association worked with TxDOT to provide input for the following project. If you have comments or concerns, please let us know. Just fill out the “Contact Us” form on this page.
Elevating RM 620 to alleviate congestion?
Tell us what you think. Is this a solution that could work?
The Texas Department of Transportation has created a proposed short-term and long-term scenario to reduce traffic congestion on RM 620.
One part of the TxDOT study is focusing on the 18.8-mile segment of RM 620 from SH 71W to US 183N by breaking the roadway into six sections and evaluating each section individually.
Full report at this link: