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TxDOT holds public meeting for US 380 bypass

by | Aug 11, 2022 | Area news, Latest

Plans for a long-anticipated road project that were the subject of debate were highlighted in a public meeting to give individuals the opportunity to weigh in.

Texas Department of Transportation representatives answered attendees’ questions and addressed concerns during the meeting held Tuesday, Aug. 2, at Princeton High School.

The proposed project, a bypass for US 380 beginning at FM 1827 and connecting to CR 560 would mostly cut through land inside the city of Princeton’s boundaries. It would cut across FM 75 and FM 1377, according to the presentation at the meeting.

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