As part of the Regional Arterials Plan, CAMPO is conducting a subregional study to evaluate potential concepts and improvements for the MoKan corridor, as well as other arterials within the northeast subregion.
Using elements of CAMPO’s Platinum Planning process, the study aims to explore opportunities for improving regional connectivity by evaluating multimodal concepts for the MoKan corridor, as well as analyzing mobility needs on other selected corridors in the subregion.
Corridors being examined as a part of this plan include:
- MoKan corridor from Georgetown to Austin, ~27 miles
- US 79 from eastern Round Rock to the east Taylor Bypass Interchange, ~18 miles
- FM 685/Dessau Road/Cameron Road between Hutto and Austin, ~17.5 miles
- FM 973 between Taylor to near Manor, ~24 miles
- Pflugerville Parkway/FM 1100 between Pflugerville and Elgin, ~22.5 miles
- SH 95 between SH 29 and US 290, ~22 miles