Planning a Successful Historic Preservation Program
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- Webinar on TxDOT’s programmatic agreements
- Webinar on common project definitions for cultural resource studies
- Existing Programmatic Agreement
- TxDOT's Sec. 106 Virtual Training Space
Historic bridges are found across Texas and many are still in use on our road system. Texas has hundreds of historic bridges made of steel, stone, brick, and concrete. Certain bridges will be considered in our planning during the next few years.
- Historic Bridge Workshop (Recorded)
- Watch this Webinar on the Stories of Texas Bridges
- Learn about Texas Historic Bridges
- See how TxDOT is preserving historic bridges
- Fact Sheet: Historic Bridge Management Program
- Fact Sheet: Bridge Construction After WWII
Public participation and community input guide transportation decisions. In El Paso, TxDOT planned to reconstruct and improve I-10. TxDOT met with hundreds of community leaders to balance growth with community needs – which in this case meant adding bridge columns for public art and preserving the historic Lincoln Center. Read more here.
Dig Deeper with TxDOT
- See different historic resources around the state
- How TxDOT Plans and Builds Roads
- Preserving and Protecting our Environment
- Discover TxDOT’s work Beyond the Road.
- Find out more about current archeology projects.
- TxDOT’s Visual Glossary provides images that aid in a better understanding of transportation project elements and concepts.
Other Ways to Get Involved with TxDOT