Work continues on the Bee Cave Road Project. Activities, including
striping work, clearing the right-of-way area, and relocating
utility lines will continue into January and should be completed
later that month.
Various lane closures will continue to occur during
night-time hours (from 8 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.) from Redbud Trail to
Westlake Drive so the contractor can continue to re-stripe the
travel lanes and clear the right-of-way.
Various east and westbound right-lane closures will continue to
occur during the day between the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to allow
crews to install water lines. Rather than closing a long section of
lane, the contractor is working to keep these lane closures short
in length and will continuously move the lane closure once the work
note, schedules are subject to change due to weather or field
conditions. Please use caution when traveling through the work
We have heard questions on what final improvements
will look like. Below are illustrated roadway configurations
(please click on the image for a larger illustration).
We understand construction is disruptive, and
appreciate your understanding and patience as we continue to move
forward. We are in contact with residents and businesses along Bee
Cave Road to address concerns. For the majority of construction,
there will be two lanes open in each direction and the lane
closures will take place during off-peak hours to help minimize
RM 2244 Bee Cave Road Improvement Project Team
The improvement project includes constructing a
center-turn lane and adding shoulders and a sidewalk between Redbud
Trail and Walsh Tarlton Lane. Construction began in November 2016
and is anticipated to be complete in summer 2019.