TxDOT is conducting a feasibility study along an approximately 20-mile segment of SH 34 from I-30 to CR 2312. The purpose of the study is to determine critical elements of engineering, economic feasibility, design concepts, general rights of way requirements, and associated project impacts.
The communities of Quinlan and Greenville and surrounding areas in Hunt County are currently experiencing an increase in residential and commercial development. This growth has placed increased demand on this already congested highway. Limited route alternatives, constrained rights of way, and environmental constraints pose challenges to potential roadway improvement solutions.
The study recommendations for short-, mid- and long-term improvements to SH 34 are in the initial stages and information will be provided in the Downloads section below when available.
Because the future functionality of SH 34 is critical to the communities it serves, TxDOT desires input from users about their needs, concerns and ideas for the highway’s future. Please look for public notices for upcoming public meetings.
The first public meetings are scheduled for Summer 2018. The feasibility study will take approximately one year. TxDOT started on the feasibility study in April 2018. Once the feasibility study is complete, a conceptual layout will be developed. Major milestones include:
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