I-35 through Central Texas is one of the most congested highways in Texas. It serves as the backbone of our local, regional and national transportation network, and lack of mobility on I-35 is threatening the economic livelihood of our community and our state. Improvements to this 50-year old interstate are required to address the increased congestion and travel-time delay due to population and employment growth.
The Mobility35 Program will improve mobility and connectivity for all modes of transportation—cars, transit, trucks, emergency vehicles, pedestrians, bicycles—along and across I-35, as funding is identified. The program limits include 79 miles of I-35 from the Williamson/Bell county line to the Hays/Comal county line.
The Mobility35 Program is comprised of stand-alone projects that provide location-specific benefits as well as comprehensive projects that add express lanes and improve ramps, frontage roads and intersections linking the stand-alone projects. This approach provides a cumulative benefit to the I-35 corridor as a whole. To learn more about the overall Mobility35 Program and projects under development, please visit www.My35.org/capital.
As our cranes and trucks move into this stretch of I-35, we’re committed to being a good neighbor to nearby property owners and drivers. We understand it can be tough on everyone when construction starts, which is why we’re doing everything we can to minimize impacts and keep you informed.