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Williamson County Cuts Ribbon to Celebrate the Completion of Ronald Reagan Boulevard Intersection Safety Improvement Projects

  • 18 June 2021
  • Author: Lauren Gammon
  • Number of views: 705
Williamson County Cuts Ribbon to Celebrate the Completion of Ronald Reagan Boulevard Intersection Safety Improvement Projects
Williamson County celebrated the completion of two safety improvement projects along Ronald Reagan Boulevard at entrances to Sun City Texas with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, June 16. The two projects provide increased safety on Ronald Reagan Boulevard at the intersections of Silver Spur Boulevard and Sun City Boulevard.

The improvements at Silver Spur Boulevard included adding a deceleration lane and left turn lane on Ronald Reagan Boulevard, an acceleration lane on Ronald Reagan Boulevard for those turning left from Silver Spur Boulevard, overhead solar traffic beacons, and intersection lighting to alert drivers.

The improvements at Sun City Boulevard included constructing an acceleration lane for those turning left from Sun City Boulevard and overhead solar traffic beacons to alert drivers.

The safety improvements cost $875,350 and were funded through the voter-approved 2019 Road Bonds. The design engineer was WSB, and the contractor was QA Construction. The project was completed in seven months.

“With this ribbon cutting, we celebrate a very important safety project,” said Precinct 3 Commissioner Valerie Covey.

“Ronald Reagan Boulevard is a heavily traveled road near a densely populated subdivision. We needed this project to enhance safety at these intersections,” added Commissioner Covey.
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