Anderson Mill Road
The Anderson Mill Road (Phase 1) Reconstruction Project consists of the reconstruction of Anderson Mill Road from RM 1431 south to approximately Gaspar Bend. Anderson Mill Road will be realigned in several locations and constructed as the full four-lane section on both the north and south ends of the project and two lanes of a future four lane section towards the middle portion of the project, including turn lanes at various driveways and intersections.
Speed limit on Anderson Mill Road reduced to 35 miles per hour for construction safety.
Construction on Anderson Mill Road began in early January. For the safety of workers as well as drivers and their passengers the speed limit has been reduced to 35 miles per hour for the duration of the project and will be enforced. To view the full ordinance authorizing the construction zone speed limit click here.
Construction of this project is anticipated to take 15 months to complete.
RM 1431"Gap" project
Construction to widen RM 1431 between Cottonwood Creek Trail and Market Street, known as the 1431 Gap Project, began in March. It will match the same six-lane design as the recently completed section between Sam Bass Road and Market Street.
TxDOT is managing all aspects of the design and construction of this project.
Speed limit on RM 1431 between Cottonwood Creek Trail and Market Street reduced to 45 miles per hour for construction safety.
The construction of this project has recently begun. For the safety of workers as well as drivers and their passengers the speed limit has been reduced to 45 miles per hour for the duration of the project and will be enforced. To view the full ordinance authorizing the construction speed limit click here.
Sidewalk Gap phase 3
This project closes gaps in the City's sidewalk system. The Sidewalk Gap Project is funded by the Community Development Corporation (4B Board).
|Town Center pedestrian ramps at diamond intersection of Alamo Plaza and Enchanted Rock||El Salido Parkway at Heather Drive||E. Park Street ramp relocation at Gadwall Lane|
|Buttercup Creek Blvd west of Bell Blvd fronting The Commons shopping center.|
The Intersection Improvement Project is funded by the Community Development Corporation (4B Board).
|Turn Lane - Brushy Creek Road at Vista Ridge Blvd.||Turn Lane – Brushy Creek Road at Lynnwood Trail|
|Turn Lane – Lakeline Blvd. at Old Mill Rd.||
Median Break – Discovery Blvd. at Whitestone Blvd.
Bell Boulevard Realignment (visit www.DestinationBellBlvd.com for more information)
Sidewalk Gap Project Phase 4
|Bell Blvd: West side north of Whitestone Blvd||Cottonwood Creek Trail at Medical Parkway||Hatch Road east side north of RR620|
|Iris Lane north of Heather Lane||Giddens Elementary 2-ramps||Carriage Hills Alley crossings 8-ramps|
New Hope Drive extension from Cottonwood Creek to Ronald Reagan
The New Hope Drive extension project provides additional capacity for traffic traveling east and west through the City.
- Construction of four lanes from Cottonwood Creek Trail to Ronald Reagan
- Construction of a raised median
- Construction of a 10 foot shared use path along southern side of the roadway
- Installation of street lighting
- Installation of signal at the Ronald Reagan intersection
- Installation of new water and wastewater lines
- Extension of Arrow Point Drive
Construction is scheduled to begin early summer 2017 and complete summer 2018.
Brushy Creek Trail Connections
1. West Extension: Extend trail between Little Elm Trail and Bell Blvd
|2. YMCA Connection: Extend trail from Bell Blvd to YMCA|
|3. Internal Connection: New Connection To Drinking Fountain & Bathroom at YMCA|
4. Lake Connection: New Connection To Brushy Creek Road near Parmer Lane
Riviera Springs Access
1890 Ranch East Driveway Right Turn Lane
Little Elm Trail from Bell Boulevard to Lakeline Boulevard
The Little Elm Trail project was completed in January. It provides drivers an additional east-west route between Bell Boulevard (US 183) and Lakeline Boulevard. Click here for full story.
1431 Pass-Through Project
The City of Cedar Park, Williamson County and the Texas Department of Transportation officially “cut the ribbon” on the 1431 Pass Through Project on Wednesday, November 16. This transportation project, which is a partnership among the City, the County and TxDOT, is the most significant in Cedar Park history. TxDOT is already reporting significant improvements in travel times as a result of the project. Click here for full story.