The City Council approved Roadway Impact Fees in March 2019, which will be paid by developers to cover some of the costs of expanding the transportation network necessitated by their projects. In April 2019, the city issued $30 million in certificates of obligation to begin work sooner rather than later on major roadway improvements such as widening Gattis School Road and University Boulevard.
The city has a target of investing a minimum of $240 million over the next five years to improve roadway capacity and connectivity in a program called Driving Progress. To reach that total, the city plans to issue additional COs over the next four years.
- University Boulevard widening from the IH-35 frontage road to Sunrise Boulevard
- University Boulevard widening from A.W. Grimes Boulevard to SH 130
- Gattis School Road widening from Via Sonoma Trail to Red Bud Lane
- Logan Street extension from Greenlawn Boulevard to A.W. Grimes Boulevard
- Kenney Fort Boulevard extension from Old Settlers Boulevard to Joe DiMaggio Boulevard
- Kenney Fort Boulevard extension from Forest Creek Drive to SH 45 frontage road
- Gattis School Road widening from .25 miles west of A.W. Grimes to .2 miles east of Double Creek Drive
- Wyoming Springs extension from Brightwater Boulevard/Creekbend Boulevard to FM 3406/Old Settler’s Boulevard
- Red Bud Lane North widening from Wal-Mart at U.S. 79 to County Road 117
- Red Bud Lane South widening from Evergreen Drive to Gattis School Road