Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) Moves Forward With First Loop 9 Section
Loop 9 has been identified in transportation planning efforts for a number of years, but changes in demographics; traffic growth and forecasts; and the potential to connect to other major facilities have driven the need to re-evaluate the overall concept of the facility. Between 2006 and 2011, TXDOT developed schematic plans and evaluated potential natural, cultural, and socio-economic impacts for the Loop 9 Southeast project.
The proposed project was evaluated as a 6-lane new location controlled access tollway with intermittent access roads between US 287 and I-20 within a 450 to 600 foot corridor depending on interchange location.
Notice for Dec. 18, 2019
On Wednesday November 18, Public Works staff will be performing road repairs on Bear Creek road. Staff will be concentrating on the intersection of Bear Creek road and Uhl road, and the west side of Bear Creek road from Hampton to Cockrell Hill road. Road construction warning signs will be placed out in the affected areas. Staff will be using traffic control devices and flaggers to minimize disruption to traffic flow. Road work will be done during normal business hours of 8 am to 5 pm, but not during school bus pick up and drop off times. Public Works apologizes for any inconvenience and thanks you for working with us.
Notice for Dec. 19, 2019
Public Works will be installing two sanitary sewer connection at 100 Milas Lane. Public Works staff will need to temporarily close the road between 100 and 114 Milas Lane during the times of 8 am and 5 pm. Citizens traveling to Milas lane will need to detour to Mesa drive just south of Milas Lane or from the north on Glenn Lane. Thank you for working with us and we apologize for the inconvenience.
Notice for Jan. 16, 2020
From 10 pm - 6 am, January 19- 21, 2020, TxDOT will be working on the north side of the intersection @ FM664 & Hampton Rd to construct portions of a new drainage system. TxDOT will perform work at night to minimize disruption to vehicle traffic. Thanks!