Ferrovial to expand a section of US 281 in Texas

Webber, Highways Texas US 281 North

  • The project covers an 8-mile (13-kilometre) section.
  • It is located in the San Antonio metropolitan area.
  • Ferrovial increases its presence in Texas, where it manages the LBJ and NTE highways in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Madrid, 03/03/2017.- The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has selected Webber (a Ferrovial Agroman subsidiary) to expand an 8-mile (13-kilometre) section of the US 281 between Loop 1604 and Borgfeld Drive, in Bexar County, San Antonio. The project has a budget of 192 million dollars (more than 181 million euro) and will take 3 years to be completed.

The contract includes the construction of three new lanes (two for general use and one for high occupancy vehicles) in each direction, together with four interchanges with Loop 1604 and a direct connection to a park-and-ride facility with access to VIA Metropolitan Transit (San Antonio’s public transport system). The necessary frontage roads will be built along with bicycle and pedestrian facilities.

With more than 1.8 million residents, Bexar County is the fourth largest in Texas. It is part of the San Antonio metropolitan area, the third most populous area in the state, after Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston.

Webber was recently awarded the expansion of I-45 in Walker County, north of Houston.Cintra, Ferrovial’s highway subsidiary, operates the LBJ Express and North Tarrant Express highways in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas.


About Ferrovial

Ferrovial is one the world’s leading infrastructure operators and municipal services companies, committed to developing sustainable solutions. The company has 96,000 employees and operates in over 20 countries. Its main business areas are: Toll Roads, Services, Construction and Airports. It is a member of Spain’s blue-chip IBEX 35 index and is also included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and FTSE4Good; all its operations are conducted in compliance with the principles of the UN Global Compact, which the company adopted in 2002.