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The RM 2222 and RM 620/Bullick Hollow Road intersection in northern Travis County experiences significant congestion. A TxDOT study showed that by 2020, travel times would increase by 40 to 59 percent within the corridor from RM 620 to Ribelin Ranch Drive. Therefore, additional travel capacity was needed to improve mobility. The analysis of proposed improvements indicates the travel times today could be reduced by about 60 percent. This change will help maintain safe access to and from the schools located north of RM 2222 off McNeil Drive.

Proposed Improvements

Project 1
RM 2222 from Bonaventure Drive to Ribelin Ranch Drive
The project consists of adding a through-travel lane eastbound from Bonaventure Drive to Sitio Del Rio Boulevard and westbound from Ribelin Ranch Drive to River Place Boulevard. Turn lanes and raised medians would be built within the project limits.

Project 2
RM 620 from Steiner Ranch Boulevard to RM 2222
The project consists of adding an outside northbound merge lane along RM 620 from Steiner Ranch Blvd. to a new bypass road to be constructed about a mile north of Steiner Ranch Blvd. to RM 2222. Turn lanes, medians and shoulders would also be built on RM 2222 between the new bypass road and RM 620.  

Schedule

Project 1
RM 2222 from Bonaventure Drive to Ribelin Ranch Drive

  • Environmental Clearance: Early 2018
  • Letting: Mid-2018
  • Construction Start: Late 2018
  • Anticipated Completion: Mid-2021
  • Construction Cost: $17.2 million
  • Utility Cost: $6.4 million

Project 2
RM 620 from Steiner Ranch Boulevard to RM 2222

  • Environmental Clearance: Early 2018
  • Letting: Mid-2019
  • Construction Start: Late 2019
  • Anticipated Completion: Late 2021
  • Estimated Construction Cost: $10 million

In Nov. 2016, Austin voters approved the city of Austin 2016 Mobility Bond. This included funding for design and construction of improvements at three locations around Austin including the intersection of RM 620 at RM 2222. The city of Austin contributed $7.5M towards improvements at RM 620 at RM 2222.

Public Involvement

The purpose of public meetings and hearings is to share project information and updates, present proposed project information, and collect input from the community. TxDOT held a public hearing in late 2017 to obtain public input on the proposed design.

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Contact Us

TxDOT Public Information Officer
P.O. Box 15426
Austin, TX 78761-5426
(512) 832-7060
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