10th Mountain Division Highway – State Highway 71 Austin Truck Accident Lawyer

State Highway 71 Austin Truck Accident Lawyer

Seeking a Free Consultation with one of Texas’ Austin Car Accident Lawyers? Call the Austin Car Accident Lawyer Reshard Alexander today at 512.222.9593.

State Highway 71 or SH 71 is a Texas state highway that runs 253 miles (407 km). The northern terminus is at US 87 and US 377 south of Brady and its southern terminus is at SH 35 near Blessing. This highway is designated the “10th Mountain Division Highway” from SH 95 to Interstate 35.

SH 71 was originally designated on August 21, 1923 from Austin to Columbus, replacing SH 3D and the western half of SH 3A.[2] On June 8, 1925, SH 71 extended to Midfield, though this was not effective until 1926.[3] On March 19, 1928, it extended south to its current end. On June 21, 1938, SH 71 Spur was designated in Columbus.[4] In 1935, U.S. Highway 290 was codesignated along the stretch from Austin to Bastrop, dropping SH 71 from this section completely on September 26, 1939. SH 71 Spur was renumbered as Spur 52. On May 23, 1951, this section was restored when US 290 was rerouted farther north. On October 24, 1955, SH 71 was signed, but not designated along Ranch to Market Road 93 to Llano. On October 31, 1965, the highway was extended to its current designation over the cancelled Ranch to Market Road 93 and Ranch to Market Road 734. On February 16, 1982, SH 71 was relocated in Columbus.

Through Austin, SH 71 is known as Ben White Boulevard and is one of Austin’s newest freeways. Sections have opened regularly since 1996, when the first section west of Interstate 35 was opened. A 5-level stack was completed at Interstate 35 in December 2011, and the freeway east of Interstate 35 to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport was completed in 2014. Construction commenced in 2015 east of US183 (Bastrop Freeway) where a section of SH71 to the SH130 tollway has been converted into a tollway with a two lane bridge crossing 130.

Major displacements of commercial properties were required to build the Austin expansions. Most of the freeway had a 150 ft (46 m) wide right-of-way which was expanded to 300+ feet (91m+), and the western segment, which opened in 1998, was built on an 80 ft (24 m) right-of-way. The section at the western end required many more business displacements. The new freeway features depressed sections, elevated sections, and partial stack interchanges.

State Highway 71 Austin Truck Accident Lawyer

Seeking a Free Consultation with one of Texas’ Austin Car Accident Lawyers? Call the Austin Car Accident Lawyer Reshard Alexander today at 512.222.9593.

It is advisable to consult Austin truck accident attorney Reshard Alexander who will help determine liability and the right compensation amount that you should get for your injuries. The insurance company of the at-fault driver may not be willing to pay for damages and I can help you with the negotiation process. Call me today at (512) 222.9593 for a free consultation.

Austin Car Accident Lawyer Glove Compartment Guide

Most Dangerous Roads in Austin Links
Interstate 35
US 183
Manor Expressway 290
State Highway 45
10th Mountain Division Highway – State Highway 71
State Highway 95
Pickle Parkway – State Highway 130
State Highway 165
Mopac Expressway Loop 1
Spur 69 Koenig Lane
Airport Boulevard – State Highway Loop 111
State Highway Loop 212
State Highway Loop 275
State Highway 343
Capital of Texas State Highway Loop 360
Parmer Lane – FM 734
Martin Luther King Blvd – FM 969
Burnet Road – FM 1325
Pecan Street – FM 1825
Ranch to Market Road 2222
Bee Caves Road FM 2244
Manchaca Road FM 2304
Pace Bend Road FM 3322
Wharf Cove RM 2769
Decker Lane FM 3177
Hamilton Pool Road RM 3238

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