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Projects and Studies: Lufkin District

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.

Location Project Phase Description
Angelina US 59 Upgrade Redland Study Improving mobility and providing system connectivity along US 59 between SL 287 and FM 2021 in Redland
Angelina I-69 Study Determines a recommended option for upgrading US 59 and designating I-69
Angelina US 59 Diboll Relief Route (Future I-69)
Study Improving safety and mobility on US 59 near the city of Diboll
Lufkin US 59 and FM 819 Study Upgrades to the intersection of US 59 and FM 819
Lufkin US 59 Corrigan Relief Route (Future I-69)
Study Improving safety and mobility along US 59 in Corrigan, Polk County, Texas.
Lufkin US 59 Upgrade Shepherd to Cleveland (Future I-69) Study
This project is dedicated to improving safety and mobility along US 59 between Shepherd and Cleveland.
Nacogdoches I-69 Study Determines a recommended option for upgrading US 59 and designating I-69
Nacogdoches Loop 224 (N. Stallings Drive)
Study Proposed improvements to Loop 224 (N. Stallings Drive) from US 59 to Business US 59
Nacogdoches US 59/SL 224 South Interchange (Future I-69)
Construction Improvements to US 59 from Spradley Street to the intersection of SH 7 West and Loop 224