Texas Toll 183A South

Texas Toll 183A South
Texas Toll 183 southbound on the approach to the Park Street Main Line toll plaza. All motorists are charged a toll: TxTag account holders pay $1.35 while cash-paying passenger vehicle drivers are levied $1.50. Photo taken 09/28/07.
Beyond the Park Street toll plaza is the Brushy Creek and Cypress Creek Roads off-ramp. These east-west roads serve the Forest Oaks neighborhood east of the tollway. Photo taken 09/28/07.
TxTag account holders may proceed through the Park Street Main Line toll plaza at normal speeds while all others must use the right-hand ramp for the conventional toll booths. Photo taken 09/28/07.
Texas Toll 183A drops below grade at the Park Street Main Line toll plaza. The plaza is named such because of the parallel Park Street overpass to the south. Photo taken 09/28/07.
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority logo takes center stage an the rather fancy toll plaza. A pedestrian walkway lines the transponder reader gantry above. Photo taken 09/28/07.
Leaving the toll plaza, the right-hand lane immediately becomes exit-only for the Brushy Creek Road off-ramp. Brushy Creek Road ventures east from Texas Toll 183A paralleling its name sake to Texas Farm to Market Road 734 (Parmer Lane) at Brushy Creek Lake and Recreation Parks. Photo taken 09/28/07.
Further south, Texas Toll 183A nears the merge with U.S. 183 (Bell Boulevard) near the Avery Ranch Road off-ramp. Avery Ranch Road links the toll road with the parallel Bell Boulevard north of Lakeline Boulevard and Lake Mall Drive. Photo taken 09/28/07.
Texas Toll 183 South at the Cypress Creek and Brushy Creek Roads exit. Cypress Creek Road stems west from Brushy Creek Road at Texas Toll 183A to U.S. 183 (Bell Boulevard) and southwest to the Cypress neighborhoods and Anderson Mill Road. Photo taken 09/28/07.
Nearing the Avery Ranch Road off-ramp on Texas Toll 183A south. Avery Ranch Road is a free exit that must be taken by all travelers not enrolled in the TxTag electronic toll collection system. The upcoming Lakeline Main Line toll plaza levies a 45 cent toll to all passenger vehicles through transponder readers only. There are no conventional toll booths, therefore cash paying customers must depart the freeway for U.S. 183 (Bell Boulevard) south to make the connection to either Texas Toll 45 east or the continuation of U.S. 183 south onto the Research Boulevard freeway. Photo taken 09/28/07.
Parallel U.S. 183 serves the Lakeline Mall area on its path between Avery Ranch Road and Texas Ranch to Market Road 620. RM 620 represents the frontage roads of Texas Toll 45 east and the future path of Texas Toll 45 west. Lakeline Boulevard meanwhile encircles the suburban areas of west Cedar Park while Lakeline Mall Drive serves the nearby shopping complex. Photo taken 09/28/07.
Motorists enrolled in TxTag may proceed southward to the Texas Toll 45 stack interchange or seamlessly to Research Boulevard. All others must use U.S. 183, which acts as a frontage road southward to Ranch to Market Road 620, to make the connection to either highway. Avery Branch Road provides the connection to U.S. 183 and otherwise ends at the residential street of Riviera Drive. Photo taken 09/28/07.
A partially-built stack interchange joins the south end of Texas Toll 183A, the present west end of Texas Toll 45, and the north end of Research Boulevard, a freeway carrying U.S. 183 southeast to Interstate 35 and central Austin. This view looks at the Texas Toll 183A southbound sign bridge at the Texas Toll 45 eastbound beginning. Toll 45 heads east to the north end of Texas Loop 1, junction Interstate 35, and the Texas Toll 130 east bypass of Austin. Photo taken 09/28/07.

Page Updated October 29, 2007.

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