Hwy. 29 Improvements
Two projects are currently in the design phase for improvements on Hwy. 29 in Georgetown. The Hwy. 29 East project will widen the road from Haven Lane to Patriot Way. The Hwy. 29 West Widening project will add turn lanes to the road in the segment from Wolf Ranch Parkway to the I-35 southbound frontage road.
Hwy. 29 East – Haven Lane to Patriot Way
The City of Georgetown, in coordination with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), is proposing improvements to SH 29 from Haven Lane to Patriot Way.
The City of Georgetown is proposing improvements to this segment of SH 29 to address increasing traffic volumes due to growth in in the area. The proposed project would widen the two lanes to a four-lane divided roadway to improve traffic flow and enhance vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle travel safety. The proposed project would also include drainage improvements, water quality facilities, construction of a median, and construction of a shared-use path for pedestrians and bicycles.
Hwy. 29 West Widening
The 0.61-mile project will upgrade the existing four-lane divided roadway to a six-lane divided highway with left and right turn lane extensions as needed, storm sewer, and signal infrastructure improvements. The project also includes a shared-use path for pedestrians and bicycles on both sides of the corridor to access local businesses.
Project Funding: Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation Funding
Project Limits: 1000 feet west of Wolf Ranch Parkway to 440 feet west of I-35 frontage
Estimated Project Cost: $9.0 million
Design Schedule: Completion in fall 2024
Construction Start: Fall 2025
Williamson County has experienced significant growth in recent years, and current population projections predict that this trend will continue from 34,684 annual average daily traffic (AADT) in 2021 to 48,558 AADT in 2041. The City of Georgetown is ranked as one of the top 10 fastest-growing cities by the U.S. Census Bureau*. The SH 29 West Widening Roadway Improvement project will improve the east/west
mobility in a maturing commercial corridor.