2007 Bond
Proposition 1

Proposition 1
Streets, Bridges and Sidewalks Improvements
43 projects | $306,997,413

This proposition authorizes the City of San Antonio to issue bonds, the proceeds from which will be used to make permanent public improvements to streets, bridges and sidewalks, as well as other improvements necessary or related to the following (including, but not limited to, relocation of utilities, street lighting, related drainage, technology improvements and signage and for the acquisition of lands and rights of way necessary for such purposes).

Bond Election Terminology Guide
The following acronyms reflect organizations or terms used throughout this brochure:
LF = Leveraged Funding, meaning that the City anticipates partnering with one or more non-City entities to share in the cost of completing the designated project; in such a scenario, the City’s share could be reduced if the designated project’s scope is modified or its partner does not produce the full amount of funding promised or expected.
ADA = Americans with Disabilities Act
MPO = Metropolitan Planning Organization
TxDOT = Texas Department of Transportation

36th Street Extension through Kelly USA (Growden to Duncan) LF $4,000,000
Extension of 36th Street 1.9 miles to link Kelly USA to major thoroughfares, providing ingress and egress to and from Kelly USA. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $20 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 20% of that total.

Babcock Road (Prue Road to Hollyhock) $4,137,000
Reconstruct street with sidewalks, drainage, driveway approaches and necessary traffic signal modifications.

Blanco Road (Hildebrand to Jackson Keller) LF $21,820,000
Reconstruct and widen Blanco Road, with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, turn lanes at major intersections, and necessary drainage and traffic signal improvements. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $29.640 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 74% of that total.

Bulverde Road (Loop 1604 to Marshall Road) LF $30,306,000
Reconstruct and widen Bulverde Road, with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and necessary drainage and traffic signal improvements. The project also includes the installation of bike facilities. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $36.6 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 83% of this cost.

Callaghan Road (Culebra to Commerce) $19,560,000
Reconstruct and widen Callaghan Road, with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and necessary traffic signal improvements.

City-wide Bridge Replacement (TxDOT Bridge Program) LF $19,198,000
Replace existing deficient and deteriorated bridges within the City limits that do not meet traffic load requirements. City also will pay for the additional costs associated with larger hydraulic capacity, right-of-way acquisition, utility adjustments, environmental issues, and construction outside of the 150-foot transitions on both sides of each bridge. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $40 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 49% of this total.

De Zavala, Phase I (Babcock to Cogburn) $15,760,000
Reconstruct and widen DeZavala Road from two to five lanes, along with the construction of curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and necessary drainage and traffic signal improvements.

District 4 Area Pedestrian Mobility and Traffic Calming Initiatives $450,000
Pedestrian mobility and traffic calming projects.

District 6 Area Pedestrian Mobility and Traffic Calming Initiatives $706,352
Pedestrian mobility and traffic calming projects.

District 7 Area Pedestrian Mobility and Traffic Calming Initiatives $240,000
Pedestrian mobility and traffic calming projects.

Downtown Transportation Infrastructure Improvements $10,681,000
Construct and/or reconstruct sidewalks, driveway approaches, curbs and wheelchair ramps; repair street brick pavers; and install wayfinders, lighted street signs and other pedestrian, street and traffic signal improvements as needed.

East Lubbock Street (S. Flores to San Pedro Creek) $954,000
Reconstruct E. Lubbock from S. Flores to San Pedro Creek, along with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and necessary drainage improvements.

Fort Sam Transportation Projects LF $4,000,000
Candidate projects include: widening at Winans Gate to two inbound lanes; the addition of a left turn lane off of Harry Wurzbach; the construction of sidewalks to Dodd Field; bridging of the railroad crossing at the Binz Engleman/Salado Creek Area; and, widening necessary for the construction of the two new access control points on Petroleum Drive.

Fredericksburg Road Congestion Mitigation LF $10,000,000
Address congestion between the downtown business district and the South Texas Medical Center through performance of a detailed traffic analysis and requisite operational improvements (including traffic signal system upgrades, intersection geometric improvements and communication network improvements) and hike and bike amenities. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $39 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 26% of this total.

Green Street, Phase I (Nogalitos to IH 35) $800,000
Design and construct Green Street to available funds, from Nogalitos to IH-35. Project is expected to include widening of the roadway and providing curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and necessary drainage.

Hunt Lane (Ingram to Potranco) $9,899,000
Reconstruct and widen Hunt Lane to four lanes, with sidewalks, curbs, driveway approaches, and necessary drainage and traffic signal improvements.

Jones Maltsberger (Redland to Thousand Oaks) $17,362,000
Reconstruct and widen Jones Maltsberger to five lanes with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and necessary drainage. Project includes construction of a bridge to eliminate a low water crossing.

Marbach Road, Phase II A (Military to West of Rawhide) $8,082,000
Design Marbach from Military to Loop 410 and reconstruct Marbach from Military to Rawhide to accommodate for drainage improvements associated with the Marbach Road, Phase II A Drainage Project.

Medical Center Intersection Improvements: Phase IV thru VII LF $17,000,000
Improve intersections at the following locations: Medical Drive at Babcock; Ewing Halsell at Wurzbach; Hamilton Wolfe at Floyd Curl; and, Ewing Halsell at Sid Katz. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $25 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 68% of this total.

Medical Drive at Fredericksburg Road LF $12,160,000
Construct a grade separation of Medical Drive under Fredericksburg Road. Project includes signal modifications, curbs, sidewalks, necessary drainage and access lanes from Medical to Fredericksburg. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $20 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 61% of this total.

Medina Base Road, Phase I (Loop 410 to 1,900 ft. west of Five Palms) $7,081,000
Design and construct to available funds Medina Base Road from Loop 410 to 1,900 feet west of Five Palms. Project design allows for widening of the roadway and provides curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, bicycle facilities, and necessary drainage and traffic signal improvements.

Montezuma Street, Phase I (Zarzamora to San Jacinto) $571,000
Design and construct to available funds Montezuma Street from Zarzamora to San Jacinto. Project design allows for widening of the roadway and providing curbs.

New Braunfels/Nacogdoches Intersection $2,430,000
Reconstruct the intersection at N. New Braunfels and Nacogdoches. The project includes the widening of N. New Braunfels, with curbs, sidewalks, and driveway approaches to align with existing street.

New Road Construction to be known as Arena Road (IH-35 to Houston Street) and/or Arterial Connector Streets LF $3,000,000
Construct a new road, including curbs and necessary drainage. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $9.3 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 32% of this total.

N. Hein (W.W. White – W. Hein) and W. Hein (Rice - N. Hein) $6,136,000
Reconstruct N. Hein from W. W. White to W. Hein and W. Hein from Rice to N. Hein, with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches and necessary drainage improvements.

North New Braunfels Sidewalks $614,524
Install sidewalks along North New Braunfels (where appropriate and within available funding).

Octavia #63, Phase II Streets $4,802,000
Reconstruct streets, with new underground drainage systems, curbs, sidewalks and driveway approaches in the area bounded by South Flores, West Hart Avenue/Weinberg/Chalmers Avenue, IH-35 South and Gladstone Street/Tommins Avenue.

Orchard (W.W. White to W. Hein) $3,733,000
Reconstruct Orchard from W.W. White to W. Hein with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches and necessary drainage improvements.

Prue Road (Country Dawn to Autumn Bluff) $10,204,167
Widen Prue Road to four lanes with a raised median. Project includes installation of an additional bridge for crossing at Leon Creek.

Redland Road (Hwy. 281 to 3,600 ft. east of Hwy. 281) LF $1,129,000
Reconstruct and widen street to four lanes with turn lanes, driveway approaches, curbs, sidewalks and necessary drainage. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $2.258 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 50% of this total.

Reed Road (Culebra to Military) $10,871,000
Reconstruct and widen roadway to three lanes, with bicycle lanes, curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and necessary drainage and traffic signal improvements.

Rivas (Gen. McMullen to Rosabell) $8,525,000
Reconstruct Rivas from Gen. McMullen to Rosabell, with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and necessary drainage and signal improvements.

Rogers Road Extension LF $1,600,000
Right-of-way acquisition and construction at Rogers Road. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $4.8 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 33% of this total.

St. Cloud Pedestrian Improvement (Woodlawn to Babcock) $1,450,000
Construct sidewalks on one side of street, with existing street and curbs to remain.

Starcrest/410 Right-of-way Acquisition LF $60,000
Purchase right-of-way at Starcrest and Loop 410 in connection with a TxDOT transportation project.

Stone Oak Parkway (U.S. 281 to Bulverde Road) $1,490,000
Extension of Stone Oak Parkway from U.S. 281 to Bulverde Road. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $7.098 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 21% of this total.

Tesla (Culebra to Mayberry) $3,801,000
Reconstruct Tesla from Culebra to Mayberry, with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches and necessary drainage improvements.

Wallace (26th to Inca) $2,386,000
Reconstruct Wallace Street, with curbs, sidewalks, driveway approaches, and necessary drainage.

Walters Street (E. Houston to Paso Hondo) $2,460,000
Reconstruct Walters Street from E. Houston to Paso Hondo, with curbs, sidewalks, and retaining walls.

Walters Street (IH-35 N to Fort Sam Main Gate) LF $4,000,000
Reconstruct and widen existing roadway to a proposed six-lane roadway, with sidewalks, driveway approaches, bike lanes, turn lanes at major intersections, a raised median, and necessary drainage and traffic signal improvements. Project includes the purchase of right-of-way as required. The total cost for this project is currently estimated to be $13.6 million, with the City’s share expected to equal approximately 29% of this total.

W. Military (Marbach to Westfield) Curbs and Sidewalks $968,370
Construct sidewalks and curbs along W. Military from Marbach to Westfield (where appropriate and within available funding).

Wurzbach Parkway and/or Arterial Connector Streets LF $12,570,000
Improve connectivity between IH-35 and the South Texas Medical Center. Funding will provide for a detailed traffic analysis and requisite operational improvements (including traffic signal system upgrades, intersection geometric improvements and communication network improvements) and hike and bike amenities.

Zarzamora #83A, Phase II (Hutchins to Gillette) $10,000,000
Rebuild Zarzamora from Hutchins to Gillette to five lanes, with bike lanes, curbs, sidewalks and driveway approaches. Project also provides for the design and construction of improvements of Hunter Blvd. from Zarzamora to Janice Lavon, the drainage ditch north of Betty Street, and the drainage ditch from Zarzamora/Hunter to Ansley/Rockwell.