SH 115 South: Spur 247 to SH 128
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SH 115 South: Spur 247 to SH 128

Project description

The SH 115 South corridor is 47 miles in length and is located in Ward, Winkler, and Andrews counties. The proposed project begins north of the city of Pyote at Spur 247 and extends north through the cities of Wink and Kermit, then turns northeast where the proposed project limits end at SH 128 just inside Andrews County.

The goals of this proposed project are to provide infrastructure that increases safety and improves mobility. Between 2016 and 2020, there were 186 crashes and 18 fatalities within the rural areas of the proposed project limits, not including the cities of Wink or Kermit.

The existing roadway is generally a two-lane undivided highway. Outside the cities, the proposed improvements to SH 115 would include widening to a four-lane divided highway with two lanes in each direction and a center median. No improvements are proposed within the cities of Wink or Kermit.

SH 115 South existing typical section
SH 115 South proposed lane diagram

Public involvement

The purpose of public involvement is to share project information and updates, present proposed project information, and collect public input. TxDOT is committed to working closely with the public on this proposed project. All input will be considered as TxDOT moves forward in developing a plan to increase safety along this corridor while preparing for future growth.

If you would like more information, please reach out to the project team by calling 281-820-7413 or emailing

Public Involvement Schedule (subject to change):