US 59/I-369 South Section from I-20 to US 59
Loop 390 / US 59 / I-369 Corridor - Harrison County
The US 59/I-369 South Section will extend approximately four and a half miles from I-20 to existing US 59 south of Marshall and will be constructed entirely on new location requiring new right of way (ROW). This section will connect to the middle section which is currently being developed. It will be designed to interstate standards with plans to designate it as I-369 in the future. The project will be developed to possibly include one-way frontage roads as an ultimate design. The route will include interchange locations at I-20 and US 59 with a potential interchange at FM 2625. The construction of this roadway segment would relieve traffic congestion due to a growing population, provide safer travel through the state, improve emergency evacuation routes, and support economic development.
The proposed US 59/I-369 roadway will be constructed to include two 12 foot-wide mainlanes in each direction with 6 foot-wide inside shoulders and 10 foot-wide outside shoulders. Additionally, one way frontage roads could be constructed consisting of two 12 foot-wide lanes, 4 foot-wide inside shoulders, and 10 foot-wide outside shoulders. Additionally, bicycle and pedestrian facilities (not shown) will be developed to meet current design guidelines. Opposing mainlane traffic will be separated by a depressed grassy median and open ditch. The mainlanes and the frontage roads will be separated by a grassy area with an open ditch. Ramps (not shown) will also be included at locations determined during later project development.
Funding and letting information
This project will begin development in the future with a current construction estimate of $293.8 million and an estimated letting date of 2029. This project is currently NOT FUNDED.
The purpose of public involvement is to share project information and updates, present proposed schematics of the project and collect input from the community. TxDOT is committed to working closely with the community on this project.