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File #: 21-2885   
Type: Plan Amendment
In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 4/28/2021
Posting Language: MAJOR THOROUGHFARE PLAN AMENDMENT: Consideration of a request to amend the Major Thoroughfare Plan, a component of the City of San Antonio Master Plan, by realigning a proposed segment of Beck Road, a Secondary Arterial Type A requiring 86’ feet of right-of way, between existing New Sulphur Springs Road and existing Burshard Road. Staff recommends approval. (Marco Hinojosa, AICP, Senior Transportation Planner, (210) 207-4087, Marco.Hinojosa@sanantonio.gov, Transportation)
Attachments: 1. Map, 2. Draft Resolution
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POSTING LANGUAGE: MAJOR THOROUGHFARE PLAN AMENDMENT: Consideration of a request to amend the Major Thoroughfare Plan, a component of the City of San Antonio Master Plan, by realigning a proposed segment of Beck Road, a Secondary Arterial Type A requiring 86' feet of right-of way, between existing New Sulphur Springs Road and existing Burshard Road. Staff recommends approval. (Marco Hinojosa, AICP, Senior Transportation Planner, (210) 207-4087, Marco.Hinojosa@sanantonio.gov, Transportation)


DEPARTMENT: Transportation


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Tomika Monterville, MSP


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: Citywide


SUBJECT: Major Thoroughfare Plan Amendment - Beck Road


SUMMARY:

A resolution amending the Major Thoroughfare Plan, a component of the City of San Antonio Master Plan, by realigning a proposed segment of Beck Road, a Secondary Arterial Type A requiring 86' feet of right-of way, between existing New Sulphur Springs Road and existing Burshard Road.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The Major Thoroughfare Plan (MTP) adopted as a component of the City's Comprehensive Master Plan generally identifies the location for major roads within San Antonio and its extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ). The MTP assures an adequate transportation network that works to move people, goods, and services in an optimal and efficient manner through right-of-way dedication for future roads.

Previous Council Action
The MTP was adopted by City Council through Ordinance 49818 on September 21, 1978. The MTP has been amended several times through the years to calibrate and realign the thoroughfares along with development of the greater San Antonio metropolitan area. The MTP is generally built as development occurs. In 1986, Beck Road between New Sulphur Springs Road to Burshard Road was designated as a new alignment on the MTP by City Council through Ordinance 63551.



ISSUE:
The request is to realign a proposed segment of Beck Road, a Secondary Arterial Type A requiring 86' feet of righ...

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