I-10 Projects San Antonio - Guadalupe, Bexar, Kendall and Kerr Counties
TxDOT is committed to improving mobility and increasing safety for motorists using the heavily-traveled I-10 corridor.
Multiple improvement projects are currently planned or under construction along I-10. The projects include adding and reconstructing mainlanes, improving overpasses and interchanges, reconstructing/reconfiguring ramps and shifting from two-way to one-way frontage road access. These are part of a larger plan to improve the entire I-10 corridor between San Antonio and Houston.
The TxDOT San Antonio District is responsible for I-10 as it runs through Guadalupe, Bexar, Kendall and Kerr Counties. I-10 serves as a major east-west corridor in the Southern United States and serves as a hurricane evacuation route for areas west of Houston.
The purpose of the proposed and current projects on I-10 through the San Antonio district is to meet local and regional future travel demands by increasing capacity, improving the safety of the roadway by correcting geometric deficiencies, upgrading the facility to meet current design standards and providing more efficient hurricane evacuation.
I-10 Project Listings
|Kendall County||Kendall Extension - I-10 from SH 46 to Scenic Loop||Construction|
|Kendall County||I-10 and Scenic Loop||Construction|
|Kendall County||Kendall Extension - I-10 from Scenic Loop to Kendall/Bexar County Line||Construction|
|Bexar County||Kendall Extension - I-10 from Kendall/Bexar County Line to Fair Oaks Parkway||Construction|
|Bexar County||I-10 West Perimeter from Fair Oaks Parkway to Ralph Fair Road||Complete|
|Bexar County||I-10 Expansion from Ralph Fair Roadto La Cantera||Construction|
|Bexar County||I-10 East San Antonio from west of I-410 to the Bexar/Guadalupe County Line||Construction|
|Bexar and Guadalupe Counties||I-10 Corridor from Loop 1604 to SH 130||Under Development|
For more information on the proposed improvements, select a specific road section on the map or the project limits on the table above.
The following provides the latest information on public meetings, lane closures, traffic shifts and project updates for all improvements currently proposed or under construction:
- The TxDOT Public Hearings, Meetings and Notices page
- The San Antonio District’s Go Ahead! blog and Twitter feed
- Portable Digital Message Signs stationed along the project corridor
TxDOT Public Information Officer
4615 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78229-0928