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CITY OF BUDA SUBMITS FOUR TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS FOR FEDERAL FUNDINGCITY SUBMITS APPLICATIONS TO CAPITAL AREA METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (CAMPO)2019-2022 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT CALL
The City of Buda has submitted four proposed transportation projects for federal funding from the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO).
CAMPO issued a call for projects for the 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The project call will allocate an estimated 4-year, $400 million program of transportation funding.
The following projects have been submitted:
Cabela’s ConnectorConstruction of a 2-Lane Collector for approximately 0.3 miles between Cabelas Dr. and West Goforth Rd. with curb and gutter, storm sewer drainage, bicycle lanes, sidewalks, and additional turn lanes at the intersections with Cabelas Dr. and West Goforth Rd.
RM 967/Main Street Intersection ImprovementsThe RM 967 and Main St. Intersection Improvements will include widening of the existing roadway to provide dedicated left turn lanes, extend the length of the existing right turn lane, widen the sidewalks, provide signage and striping for enhanced pedestrian safety, reconstruct the existing diagonal parking, intersection enhancements to accommodate larger vehicles, and relocate traffic signal poles with signal modifications to accommodate the new pavement section and lane configuration. The intersection will be treated with improved pedestrian crosswalks and enhanced pavement to contribute to the downtown character. Sidewalks will be constructed along the length of the project per the 2015 Downtown Master Plan.
West GoforthThis project will reconstruct 6,200 feet of West Goforth Rd. as a 2-lane collector with curb and gutter, storm sewer, bike lanes and sidewalks. The intersection of Main St. and West Goforth Rd. will be reconstructed to enhance safety, resolve rail crossing conflicts and channelize traffic movements, and traffic signals will be included as warranted.
FM 2001/Overpass Road Pedestrian Improvements Construct a 10’ wide multi-use path for pedestrian and bicycle traffic along the east side of FM 2001 to connect to existing sidewalks located along Overpass Rd and proposed sidewalks located along Old Goforth Rd.
The City will provide a minimum of 20% or more matching funds in contribution for each transportation improvement project awarded funding by CAMPO.
CAMPO will approve selected transportation projects on May, 7, 2018.