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Fredericksburg Relief Route Study Information

A public Open House to share information and receive community input about the Fredericksburg Relief Route Study was held Tuesday, July 23. The potential relief route would relieve traffic and improve mobility in downtown Fredericksburg by giving people the option to travel around, rather than directly through, the city. The Fredericksburg Relief Route Study is overseen by the Gillespie County Relief Route Task Force. Support for the Study is provided by the City of Fredericksburg, Gillespie County and the Texas Department of Transportation.  

Click here to view the information flyer.

Attendees had the opportunity to learn more about the Fredericksburg Relief Route Study and latest developments, view the current route options, and provide input. Public input, along with engineering criteria and environmental considerations, have been used to reduce the number of route options to five (the “Primary Route Options”). An historian was available to discuss the upcoming historic resources survey. The goal of the Study is to identify a locally preferred option driven by community input.

For more information visit www.txdot.gov and search keyword "Fredericksburg," email the Fredericksburg Relief Route Study Team at fredericksburgreliefroute@gmail.com or contact Joe Muck at Joe.Muck@txdot.gov or 512.715.5702.
Official written comments will also be received and accepted by the project team via email at fredericksburgreliefroute@gmail.com or by mail to: CP&Y Attn: Fredericksburg Relief Route Study, 13809 Research Blvd., Suite 300, Austin, TX 78750 

Comments must be received by August 7, 2019, to be included in the official record of this public Open House. 

Click here for TxDoT 07/18/2019 News Release 

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