Ranch to Market Road 2222 Austin Truck Accident Lawyer

Ranch to Market Road 2222 Austin Truck Accident Lawyer

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Best Austin Car Accident LawyerRanch to Market Road 2222 (RM 2222) is a 10.8-mile (17.4 km) state-maintained roadway located in Travis County, Texas.[1]

RM 2222 originally terminated at the (then) Austin city limits when it was designated on September 29, 1954; it was expanded to its current termination point at Lamar Boulevard on July 16, 1957.[1]

In the late 1980s, the city of Austin developed plans to expand RM 2222 east of Loop 1 into an east–west freeway, SH 169, connecting with US 290. The plans were rejected in the 1990s, citing adverse effects on the environment and existing neighborhoods.[2]

In June 27, 1995, the designation of RM 2222 was changed to Urban Road 2222 (UR 2222),[3] although—as with all Urban Roads—no signage changes have been made.

RM 2222 begins at an intersection with RM 620 in west Austin in the Four Points neighborhood. Northwest of RM 620, the road is called Bullick Hollow Road and continues to the east side of Lake Travis. RM 2222 proceeds southeast from RM 620 for 5.2 miles (8.4 km) to intersect Loop 360. This section of road is a four-lane, lightly developed Texas Hill Country road. It includes Tumbleweed Hill, a half-mile ten-percent gradient hill.[4] City Park Road, leading to the Emma Long Metropolitan Park at Lake Austin, is accessible from RM 2222 just west of Loop 360.

After crossing Loop 360, RM 2222 continues southeast 3.6 miles (5.8 km) to Loop 1 (Mopac Boulevard). This section is a winding, scenic four-lane road built into the cliffs over Lake Austin. As RM 2222 approaches Loop 1, it enters a more heavily developed residential area.

After crossing Loop 1, RM 2222 continues southeast 2.1 miles (3.4 km) to its termination at Spur 69, which leads to US 290 and I-35. Although the designation after Lamar Boulevard changes to Spur 69, the road is still signed as RM 2222 through to I-35. This section of road is a four-lane, heavily developed urban residential and commercial road.

RM 2222 has several names over its length. Its westernmost segment is merely called RM 2222 (although it is sometimes erroneously referred to as FM 2222 or RR 2222). As it approaches its more developed stretch west of Loop 1, RM 2222 picks up the name Northland Drive. After crossing Shoal Creek Boulevard, the name changes to Allandale Road, named for the Allandale neighborhood through which it passes. Finally, after passing Burnet Road, the name changes to Koenig Lane (pronounced KAY-nig), and remains so to the junction with I-35.

Ranch to Market Road 2222 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.

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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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