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Before a project is built, a study must be done to determine if it will fill a transportation need, will not negatively impact the surrounding area and fits the department's overall plan. During the study phase, potential projects are analyzed to determine if they are cost-effective while also efficiently improving mobility. Some of these projects have moved beyond the study phase and are under construction.

Location Project Phase Description
Brown and Coleman counties US 67 Construction Reconstruct US 67 in Brown and Coleman Counties
Brown County US 377 Main Street Construction Improve US 377 (Main Street) in Brownwood to enhance traffic flow and safety
Comanche County SH 6 Construction Upgrade and widen SH 6 from SH 16 N. to East De Leon city limits
Comanche County SH 36 Preliminary Design Improve SH 36 from US 67 to CR 324
Eastland County SH 6 Construction Improve SH 6 in Gorman, from 0.18 mile north of Crescent Street to the Comanche County Line
Lampasas County
US 190 at Big Divide Design Improve US 190, from a four-lane divided highway to a freeway section with frontage roads beginning 1.5 miles east of FM 2808 and ending at the Coryell County Line
Lampasas and Coryell counties US 281 Lampasas to Evant Preliminary Design Expand US 281 North with added travel lanes between the city of Lampasas north to the city of Evant
Lampasas County Lampasas Relief Route Feasibility Study Conduct a feasibility study to explore a potential relief route around Lampasas.
Lampasas County US 281 Construction Reconfigure the US 190 (Plum Street) intersection and reconstruct US 281 between Sulphur Creek and the Burnet County Line
Lampasas County US 183 Preliminary Design Widen pavement to provide for four travel lanes and continuous center turn lane between Lometa and Lampasas
San Saba County FM 45 Design and Acquisition Reconstruct and widen the existing two-lane undivided roadway
Stephens County FM 3099 Construction Improve the FM 3099 roadway from Northglen Road to south of US 180 in Breckenridge, along with the intersection at US 180
Eastland County I-20 Ramps Cisco Feasibility Obtain feedback regarding perceived need for ramp relocations on I-20 in the Cisco area