Innovative Connectivity in Texas/Vision 2009
In January 2009, TxDOT announced major changes in the vision, scope, and planned implementation of the Trans-Texas Corridor (TTC). The original 4,000 mile statewide corridor network has been eliminated in this new concept. However, the corridor program for I.H. 35 through central Texas will continue. The corridor program would be comprised of individual transportation projects with individual names tailored to meet specific regional needs but connected to the rest of the State. These proposed changes are detailed in Innovative Connectivity in Texas/Vision 2009, which presents TxDOT’s transformation of the original TTC concept. This report additionally re-emphasizes the commitment to build only those projects that serve unique regional and local needs and can be integrated into a comprehensive statewide transportation network. The RTC’s broad vision for the Outer Loop/Rail Bypass is consistent with this broad vision for TTC-35, as well as the concepts outlined in Innovative Connectivity in Texas/Vision 2009.
Regional Briefing, July 13, 2006 [PDF]
Regional Recommended Alignment / TxDOT Recommended Alignment Combined Map [PDF]
RTC Resolution and Maps
Locally Adopted Resolutions
Official TxDOT Web site - Keep Texas Moving