A timeline of event relating to the Trans Texas Corridor
Created by mstoff on Jun 26, 2008
Last updated: 03/11/10 at 02:00 AM
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Sentor Hutchinson sends a letter to TxDOT to extend deadline for mailed and online TTC comments. The original deadline was April 2008 and was extended for 45 days.
A report on the "NAFTA Superhighway" airs on February 19, 2008
Landowners from Williamson County file a request for records that TxDOT had stated over a year earlier that they could not release until certain issues were resolved.
Area residents and citizens across the state gather at their county courthouses on Saturday, September 30 to speak out against the TTC. Carole Keeton 'Grandma' Strayhorn, candidate for Governor kicks off the event in Gonzales, Texas outside the museum of the 'Come and Take It Cannon.'
George W. Bush set to name Mary Peters as Secretary of Transportation.
CorridorWatch.org shares the list of eighteen ‘Myths’ provided by TxDOT, the TxDOT response, and add their own opinions to the mix.
450 people attended an informational meeting regarding the Trans-Texas Corridor. Cooke County Judge Bill Freeman read a resolution passed by Cooke County voicing opposition to the Trans-Texas corridor project.
Under Texas law, state and local governments cannot withhold requested documents unless the Attorney General agrees. In this case, the AG disagreed and the companies sued the state to keep he requested documents in the dark.
Committee could recommend no billboards on TTC
The Draft Environmental Impact Statement was supposed to be released in December 2005. The statement would more precisely plot the final route of the corridor.
Perry submits a proposal to the Texas Transportation Commission for an interstate-quality highway to connect the lower Rio Grande Valley to I-37 south of San Antonio. This highway would become part of the Trans Texas Corridor.
The lawsuit is over the plan to privatize and toll already tax funded Texas public highways. It contends constitutional violation under the separation of powers provision.