Residents hope Oak Hill Parkway design fits natural environment

October 23, 2014

TxDOT and the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority asked residents to offer suggestions for the design aspect of the Oak Hill Parkway project at an Oct. 9 workshop at the Oak Hill United Methodist Church.

The workshop was the first of a three-part Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) process, which invites neighborhoods and nearby communities to influence the design so that the project represents the values and preferred aesthetics of the region.

Melissa Hurst, the community outreach manager for the Mobility Authority, said the next CSS workshop would be held early next year.

“We appreciate the continued participation by the Oak Hill Community in developing a project that best meets the purpose and need and fits in to the context of Oak Hill,” Hurst said.

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