US 90 Texas Corridor Study - Survey open until November 3rd!

US 90 Texas Corridor Study - Survey open until November 3rd!

We want to hear from you!

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is conducting a Study of the US 90 Texas Corridor, from the Interstate 10 (I-10) junction in Van Horn to the Louisiana state line, approximately 763 miles. The study’s purpose is to identify multimodal needs and prioritize improvements that promote the movement of people and goods along the corridor.

From September 29, 2023, to November 3, 2023, TxDOT will conduct an online survey to gather input from the public and interested parties to identify the needs and improvement priorities for the US 90 Texas Corridor. The US 90 Texas Corridor Public Survey can be accessed at the US 90 Texas Corridor Study Webpage.

Input collected will be used to prepare a plan incorporating the prioritized improvements that will be part of the Vision of the US 90 Texas Corridor as a safe, resilient, and high-performing highway for all users that connects Texas communities to opportunities that improve their quality of life.

Please participate in this survey and share the survey link with colleagues, neighbors, and family members who travel the corridor to encourage their participation.
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