SH 130 (Seg. 5 & 6)
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SH 130 (Seg. 5 & 6)

SH 130 Segments 5 & 6 is a 40-mile tolled extension that begins at SH 45 Southeast and ends at I-10 in Seguin. Opened in 2012, Segments 5 & 6 connect to the northern segments of SH 130 that begin in Georgetown, forming a 91-mile alternative to I-35 through Central Texas. The extension is state-owned, but is financed, built, maintained, and operated under the terms of a 50-year Facility Concession Agreement. The $1.3 billion facility gives the state a share of its toll revenue, which is used for other regional mobility improvements.

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Project info

CCSJ: 3583-02-003

Project ID: A00055843

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