Western Connection Needs Assessment Study Seeking Public Comments on Findings

This study assesses regional mobility needs and potential improvements for the Western Texarkana area.

Bowie County Texas


Texarkana — Bowie County, supported by the Texas Department of Transportation Atlanta District office, is seeking public comments on a recent study conducted to identify mobility needs in the Western Texarkana area. The study area is defined by I-30 on the north, I-369 on the east, US 59 on the south, and the Red River Army Depot / United States Army Corps of Engineers property to the west.

Bowie County is conducting a virtual Opportunity to Comment for the Western Connection Needs Assessment and wants to inform the public of the study findings. Comments and questions can be submitted online or mailed with a printable comment form by February 26, 2021.  

The interactive survey will ask participants about their priorities for regional transportation and help identify areas of concern. This information will be reviewed and incorporated into the study findings and recommendations. 

Study findings, project materials, interactive maps and comment forms for public input are available at www.bcwesternconnectionstudy.com. Citizens may also scan the QR code below with a smart phone to access the website.

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For media inquiries, contact Bobby L. Howell, County Judge, Bowie County at Bobby.Howell@txkusa.org or (903) 628-6718.

For more project information, please visithttps://bcwesternconnectionstudy.com

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