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Thank you for your interest and participation!

We would like to thank everyone for visiting with us at the May 24 public hearing; we had more than 270 members of the public join us! For those who were unable to attend, but would like to see the displays and provide a comment, please visit our Virtual Open House

Please note that as a result of public interest and request, we are extending the public comment period to Friday, June 29, 2018. All comments must be received by that date in order to be included in the official record for this public hearing. We weigh public input along with other factors in the decision-making process. Thank you for submitting your comments for consideration.

Official comments will be received and accepted by the project team in the following ways:

ONLINE

Visit our Virtual Open House

MAIL

Mail comments to:

TxDOT Austin District Environmental Coordinator
c/o Jon Geiselbrecht
Texas Department of Transportation
P.O. Drawer 15426
Austin, Texas, 78761-5426

FAX

Fax comments to 512-832-7157

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When we launched the environmental study in 2012, the community told us that traffic congestion was a serious problem. In fact, 83 percent of survey respondents agreed that a goal of any proposed improvement should be to reduce congestion and manage traffic. We are committed to identifying a long-term mobility solution that provides meaningful traffic relief for Oak Hill and the surrounding communities. We are in year six of a six-year study, and we continue to welcome your input!

We are often asked whether a smaller project could address the congestion problems in Oak Hill. Unfortunately, the answer is no. Traffic demand on this corridor is just too high. The project team is designing a project that meets the traffic demand along the corridor today and best manages the traffic projections of tomorrow. We are trying to keep the footprint as small as possible in order to responsibly meet the purpose and need of the project, and it is important to us to design something that requires very limited right-of-way acquisition. Please note that the non-tolled design is the same as the tolled design previously shown to the public.

For more information, please visit our frequently asked questions page.

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