Before a project is built, a study must be done to determine if it will fill a transportation need, will not negatively impact the surrounding area and fits the department's overall plan. During the study phase, potential projects are analyzed to determine if they are cost-effective while also efficiently improving mobility. Some of these projects have moved beyond the study phase and are under construction.
|Abilene||FM 89 (Buffalo Gap Road) Project
||This study is an examination of FM 89 to identify improvements.|
|Abilene||South Clack Restriping
||Restriping South Clack from US 277 to FM 89.
|Abilene||South Clack Construction
||Improvements to South Clack from Southwest Drive to US 83.
|Abilene||I-20 Corridor Study
||This study is an examination of Interstate 20 as it is now by the TxDOT Abilene District.|
|Abilene||I-20 Frontage Road Conversion||Improvements to 4.5 miles of I-20 from Pine Street to Loop 322|
|Abilene||US 83/US 84||Possible improvements to six miles of US 83/US 84 from Iberis Road S. to the US 83/US 84 split|
|Abilene||US 83/277 at FM 3034 Overpass||Possible improvements to US 83/277 to include an overpass at FM 3034|
|Abilene||US 87 Truck Relief Route
||Includes a new four-lane rural expressway providing two lanes in each direction with a wide median|