Trucking News: Texas adds another piece to I-69 puzzle

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  1. Mike

    Mike Well-Known Member Staff Member

    The Texas Department of Transportation has designated a 35-mile portion of existing U.S. 59 north of Houston as Interstate 69. If everything goes according to plan, I-69 will eventually extend from the southern border to existing portions of I-69 in the Midwest.

    TxDOT announced the designation on Thursday, July 26, for the portion between I-610 in Houston and the Liberty County line.

    This is the second stretch of existing roadway in Texas to become part of I-69. The first was a six-mile segment of U.S. 77 west of Corpus Christi.

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