SH 130 is an alternative to IH-35 between San Antonio and northern Austin, providing a way for medium and long-haul routes to bypass one of the most congested roadways in the United States.
Segments 5 & 6 of SH 130 have been designed to reliably save precious time and money, allowing more memorable moments with family and friends.
The new highway is a valuable resource for companies transporting goods between the United States, Mexico, and other Central American countries.
SH 130's advanced free flow tolling system gives drivers the choice to bypass the cars idling on IH-35, getting to their final destination sooner, safer and more cost effectively.
|Concessionaire||SH 130 Concession Company, LLC|
|Location||Austin - San Antonio,Texas|
|Customer||Texas Department of Transportation|
|Equity structure||65% Cintra Infraestructuras S.A.|
35% Zachry American Infrastructure
|Opening date||November 2012|
|Concession start date||2007|
|Concession end date||2062|
|Duration of the concession||55 years|
|Purpose||Plan, design, construction, finance, maintain and enhance.|
|Managed investment||€ 1.084,7 B|
|Jobs created||100+ local contractor and vendor firms will be utilized during construction|
|Length of the highway||40 miles (64 km)|
|Number of lanes||2 lanes each way|
|Toll system||Open (free flow)|
|Payment methods accepted||Electronic (TxTag or Pay by Mail)|
A public private partnership with the State of Texas creates local jobs and have made this decades-long project a reality.