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US 281 Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)


281 North Improvement Project

The Alamo Regional Mobility Authority took the lead preparing an Environmental Impact Statement for US 281 in 2009 and spent the next five years meeting with stakeholders from neighborhoods, businesses and organizations in the area and with transportation engineers to determine how best to improve US 281.

At the end of that study, a preferred alternative design emerged that would improve 8 miles of US 281, from Loop 1604 to Borgfeld Drive. The proposed 281 North Improvement Project would double the number of lanes and add additional connector ramps at the US 281 and Loop 1604 intersection. This project will significantly reduce the amount of traffic congestion and meet the needs of this growing community for the next 30 years.

The Final EIS is available for review

A digital version of the Final EIS may be downloaded from this website under “Final EIS”.  In addition, the document is on file and available for review at the following locations:  (1) Alamo Regional Mobility Authority (c/o Bexar County Public Works), 233 North Pecos La Trinidad, Suite 420, San Antonio, TX 78207; (2) Texas Department of Transportation, 4615 N.W. Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78229; (3) Parman Branch Library at Stone Oak, 20735 Wilderness Oak, San Antonio, TX 78258; (4) Brook Hollow Branch Library, 530 Heimer Road, San Antonio, TX 78232; and (5) San Antonio Central Library, 600 Soledad Street, San Antonio, TX  78205.

Comments regarding the Final EIS may be submitted to Jacobs Engineering Group, Attention Andrew Cooper, 2705 Bee Cave Road, Suite 300, Austin, Texas 78746 and on this website in the “Submit Comments” section.  The comment period closes on July 6, 2015.

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