Transportation (Streets & Roads)

Ongoing Projects

About the Lakeline Boulevard Rehabilitation Project
In February 2021, ice from Winter Storm Uri badly damaged the section of Lakeline Boulevard between Continental Pass and Cedar Hills Boulevard. Required repairs are beyond what can be accomplished through asphalt overlay, requiring a depth of 16 inches of existing pavement, road base and subgrade to be removed and reconstructed. This project was recommended by the 2021 Bond Advisory Task Force and funded by the 2022 voter-approved General Obligation Bond Program.

The 2023 Lakeline Boulevard Rehabilitation Project has started. Commuters who use this part of Lakeline Boulevard, between Continental Pass and Cedar Hills Boulevard (north of West New Hope Drive), should expect delays and may want to choose an alternate route. All drivers are asked to please drive safely through this construction zone and obey all posted signage and traffic control devices, as crews will be working Monday through Saturday from 8 am to 6 pm.

During the project, there will be only one lane of traffic, each way, on what is now the northbound side to allow the contractor to fully reconstruct the southbound lanes. Once complete, the two travel lanes (one in each direction) will shift to a new roadway. This will allow the contractor to reconstruct the northbound lanes fully. Once construction is complete, this section of Lakeline Boulevard will return to a four-lane divided roadway.

The contractor is Texas Road, LLC., chosen by competitive sealed proposal delivery, which allowed the City of Cedar Park to select the offeror who presented the greatest overall value to the City. Based on the results of the grading process, City staff found that Texas Road ranked highest among the two proposing contractors. The contracted amount is $1.95 million and the project duration is 90 days. Lakeline Blvd Rehab Project