Williamson County’s Road Bond Program was started in 2000 when the Commissioners Court realized that Williamson County was on the brink of tremendous growth. County voters approved using long-term financing through the sale of bonds to fund major capital improvement projects such as new construction and expansion of roads. Since then, Williamson County has had a total of four successful bond elections with voters approving funding which completed 197 projects, added 389 new capacity lane miles, and constructed a total of nearly 877 lane miles.
In November 2019, voters approved $412 million to continue to fund projects which would increase safety and mobility across the county. Voters recognized that as the county continued to grow, new transportation routes and safety improvements would be needed to maintain the high quality of life they enjoyed in Williamson County.
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