Getting involved in historic preservation at TxDOT
Archeology and history
TxDOT knows that cultural resources – like bridges, archeological sites, cemeteries, landscapes, buildings and more – are important to communities. By working with TxDOT during the historic preservation process, you can help make Texas’ important history available for future generations.
Have a concern about how TxDOT project will affect a historic property or site in your community? Request to participate in the cultural resource review process and include the project ID. You will receive project information and opportunities to identify and comment on historic or archeological sites.
- Beyond the Road 2021 Annual Report
- Overview of the Historic Preservation Process at TxDOT
- A Guide to Getting Involved with TxDOT During the Historic Preservation Process
- TxDOT's Sec. 106 Virtual Training Space
- A Citizen's Guide to Sec. 106 Review
- Current archeology projects
- See different historic resources around the state
- Adopt a historic bridge
- Tribal consultation
Planning for a Successful Historic Preservation Program - Read our new Draft Programmatic Agreement and find out more about how we plan for historic preservation.
More information on tribal consultation and consultation principles are available for federally recognized tribes.
Other ways to get involved with TxDOT
- Learn more about the environmental process or watch this video
- Visit TxDOT's Project Tracker to learn about projects happening in your area.
- Contact your local TxDOT office for more information about upcoming project meetings.
- Check out our Public Involvement page, which lists projects that need your feedback.