Posted on: July 10, 2017


Parker County’s successful transportation bond program is once again receiving attention.

Featured in the July issue of the statewide publication known as County Progress is Parker County along with two other counties for their efforts to improve transportation infrastructure.

The county finished the 2008 Transportation Bond Program on time and under budget, delivering new roads and transportation improvements across the county. In 2016, nearly 60% of voters approved another transportation bond program, which will complete the east side of the Ric Williamson Memorial Highway.

 “Parker County’s transportation bond program continues to be a model to other counties across our State,” County Judge Mark Riley said. “While we are honored to receive the attention and recognition, our focus is to continue the implementation of the 2016 bond program. Our work is to ease traffic congestion, improve mobility and safety for our residents and continue to drive the economic development for our county, with the goal of lowering property tax rates and creating more job opportunities for our residents.”

Click on the "Read Article..." link below to read the article and go to www.parkercountytransportation.com for more information on Parker County Transportation.

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