State Highway 183A

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Toll 183A opened to traffic on March 3, 2007. The route bypasses U.S. 183 to the east from SH 45 N northward to U.S. 183 near the South Fork of the San Gabriel River in north Leander. Signage for the highway does not reflect U.S. 183A but instead a state highway with a trailblazer created by the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority. Tolls along the 11.01 mile freeway are collected electronically through TxTag at two collection points: the Park Street Main Toll point and the Lakeline Main Toll point. Cash collection was discontinued at the Park Street plaza and replaced with toll-by-plate on December 1, 2008.1

Texas State Highway 183A Guides

Austin, Texas Map
Toll 183A travels alongside U.S. 183 initially before separating from the US highway through Cedar Park and Leander.
Texas State Highway 183A scenes
RM 1431 (Whitestone Boulevard) westbound at Toll 183A. Frontage roads provide the connections to the north-south toll road. RM 431 continues west through Cedar Park to Jonestown in Travis County. Photo taken 09/28/07.

Sources:

  1. "183A to go cashless on Dec. 1." Hill Country News, October 21, 2008.


Photo Credits:

09/28/07 by AARoads

Connect with:
State Highway 45
U.S. 183

Page Updated 01-25-2018.