Spicewood Springs Road Regional Mobility Project

The Austin Transportation and Public Works Department and Capital Delivery Services are beginning work on Spicewood Springs Road for opportunities to enhance mobility and safety for all road users. This project includes $31 million in funding from the 2016 Mobility Bond’s Regional Mobility Program for preliminary engineering, design and construction of improvements on Spicewood Springs Road from Loop 360 to Mesa Drive.
Construction is anticipated to begin in December 2023 with a duration of three years.

Project Limits

Map of Spicewood Springs Road Regional Mobility Bond project

Preliminary Engineering Recommendations

Final Preliminary Engineering Report - December 2018
This report recommends safety and mobility improvements on Spicewood Springs Road from Loop 360 to 0.2 miles west of Mesa Drive. Alternative C was selected as the build alternative for the Spicewood Springs Road project and includes two vehicle lanes in each direction, a raised median with left-turn bays, a shared use path on both sides of Spicewood Springs Road, and new stormwater facilities. Review the links below on the Spicewood Springs Road recommendations:

Public Outreach

Public Meeting 1: September 26, 2017
The project team hosted the first public meeting on September 26, 2017 to get community feedback on Spicewood Springs Road’s needs and existing conditions. This feedback informed the draft options for potential improvements presented at the meeting in August 2018.
Public Meeting 2: August 29, 2018
The project team hosted an open house August 29, 2018 to share three draft options for mobility and safety improvements to Spicewood Springs Road between Loop 360 and Mesa Drive. 

Anticipated Timeline

Spicewood Springs Road timeline

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