The Alamo RMA currently has a number of active projects underway at the present time.
To find out more about the two environmental impact statements currently underway for Loop 1604 and for US 281, or to find out about the US 281 Super Street, the Loop 1604/US 281 Interchange or any other project the Alamo RMA is undertaking to help keep our community moving, please click on the links shown in the sidebar.
For general questions about projects being undertaken by the Alamo RMA, please click here to email us your question.
- November 21, 2011
- Social Media Disclaimer
- July 28, 2011
- US 281 EIS
On October 1, 2008, the Federal Highway Administration and the Texas Department of Transportation withdrew all prior environmental clearances for any long-term improvements to US 281 north of Loop 1604.Read More
- June 13, 2011
- US 281 Super Street
The US 281 Super Street, an operational and safety improvement for the US 281 corridor, is designed to help increase the ease of use of this roadway in the highest traffic areas which exist today.Read More
- August 3, 2010
- Loop 1604 EIS
Loop 1604, from US 90 West to IH 35 N continues to see growth, development, and increased traffic congestion.Read More
- March 7, 2011
- Loop 1604 Super Street
The Super Street, an operational and safety improvement for the Loop 1604 corridor, from Braun Road to SH 151 and Loop 1604, is designed to help increase the ease of use of this roadway in the highest traffic areas which exist today.Read More
- February 25, 2011
- US 281 / Loop 1604 Interchange
As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), also known as the Federal Stimulus program, the Alamo RMA has received $140 Million in funding to construct four non-toll direct connectors between US 281 and Loop 1604 on the north side of San Antonio.Read More
- October 10, 2012
- IH 35 Planning and Environmental Linkages Study