TXDOT Wants to Hear Your Ideas for Loop 410 Improvements

Do you find yourself more and more frustrated as you spend more and more time sitting in traffic on Loop 410?

You’re probably not alone, and the Texas Department of Transportation wants to hear your ideas on how to make things better in the area of U.S. Highway 281 and San Pedro.

“The goal of this study is to improve the traffic flow in that area” TXDOT’s Laura Lopez told KTSA News ahead of a public meeting set for Thursday–from 5:30-7:30–at City Hall in Castle Hills.

“This is an opportunity to get the neighborhoods, the businesses and anybody that drives that area the opportunity to come and engage with our staff and give us ideas of what they want to see with that particular area” Lopez said in describing why they’ve called the meeting.

There are no plans on the board at this point–and Lopez said construction of any kind of improvements isn’t likely before at least 2020. Still, planners are looking for potential short, mid, and long-term solutions to problems in the area.

“There is no funding at this time for any construction. What we are looking at is what kind of improvements can be made in those three time frames” Lopez said.



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