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I-69/TTC (Northeast Texas to Mexico)
WHAT'S NEW - Last Updated 4/28/2008
  • For now, we have completed the public hearings on the I-69/TTC Tier One Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS). We held 47 hearings Feb. 4 - Mar. 4, 2008 and received more than 17,500 comments. The public hearings concluded a multi-year public involvement process that totaled 95 public meetings and netted more than 23,500 comments. While the public hearing process has been completed, it is important to continue to hear from you. Comments can still be submitted.

  • View the I-69/TTC February Public Hearing presentation video (14 minutes 39 seconds).

  • The Draft Environmental Impact Statement for I-69/TTC recommends continued focus on using existing highways first with new corridors as a secondary option. (Read the DEIS and view the map).

  • TxDOT launched an extensive public involvement process, with opportunities to ask questions and get answers on the Trans-Texas Corridor. In January, TxDOT held 10 Town Hall meetings throughout the corridor. In February, 47 public hearings were conducted on the DEIS.


Interactive Map

Interstate 69 is a planned 1,600-mile national highway connecting Mexico, the United States and Canada.  Eight states are involved in the project.  In Texas, I-69 will be developed under the Trans-Texas Corridor master plan.

General Location

The proposed I-69/TTC corridor extends from Texarkana/Shreveport to Mexico (possibly the Rio Grande Valley or Laredo). The initial study area is roughly 650 miles long.

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