Anderson Mill Phase 1 Ribbon Cutting
Improved roadway is a major north-south corridor through Cedar Park
Williamson County and the City of Cedar Park cut ribbon on Anderson Mill Road, Phase I
The City of Cedar Park and Williamson County hosted the Grand Opening of Anderson Mill Road (Phase I) on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, at 4:30 p.m.
The once-rural road is now one of the most widely-traveled corridors in Cedar Park and has come to serve as a major north-south corridor for the area. As such, it was in need of road improvements and updates. The Anderson Mill Road (Phase I) Reconstruction Project began in early January 2017 and was completed in early March 2019. It consists of the reconstruction of Anderson Mill Road from Whitestone Boulevard/RM 1431south to approximately Gaspar Bend. The road was realigned in several locations and constructed as the full four-lane section on both the north and south ends of the project, with two lanes designated to become a future four lane section in the middle part of the project. It includes turn lanes at various driveways and intersections to help improve traffic flow and reduce congestion due to slowdowns. The project features a raised curb and gutter, raised median, enclosed storm sewer system, illumination and sidewalks.
The construction budget was $7.427 million. Construction came in just under budget at $7.3 million and was funded with $4.125 million from Williamson County in voter-approved road bond funds, and $3.75 million in voter-approved streets and roads bond funding from the City of Cedar Park.
The engineer was Binkley and Barfield Inc. The construction contractor was C.C. Carlton Industries. The manager of Williamson County’s road bond projects is HNTB.