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Corridor J Studies
The County is conducting the Corridor J Studies to determine environmental constraints and potential alignments in the north central part of the county. This corridor is made up of three segments that are part of the County’s Long-Range Transportation Plan. All three segment studies are funded for study; however, no right-of-way or construction funding has been identified for any of the segments at this time. These studies will serve as an important planning step to accommodate current and anticipated traffic levels and to provide reliable transportation as the county continues to grow. This step in the process will help the County as it coordinates with property owners, businesses, and the community in the area.
 
Corridor J1 Planning & ROW Preservation Study
Location Between IH 35 and FM 2843
Project Limits and Length From IH 35 to FM 2843, approximately 9.5 miles long
Status The engineer, WSB, began analyzing and evaluating the constraints in the area in spring 2022. The County will meet with property owners once preliminary alignments have been developed. 

 
Corridor J2 Planning & ROW Preservation Study
Location Between FM 2843 and SH 195
Project Limits and Length From FM 2843 and SH 195, approximately 3.5 miles long
Status The engineer, Kimley-Horn, began analyzing and evaluating the constraints in the area in spring 2022. The County will meet with property owners once preliminary alignments have been developed.
 
Corridor J3 Planning & ROW Preservation Study
Location Between SH 195 and US 183 /td>
Project Limits and Length From SH 195 and US 183, approximately 7 miles long/td>
Status The engineer, Halff Associates, began analyzing and evaluating the constraints in the area in spring 2022. The County will meet with property owners once preliminary alignments have been developed.
 
Project Maps

Project map showing the boundaries for Corridor J1, J2, and J3