Taxpayers may be on the hook for millions of dollars in new and wider roads around Circuit of the Americas, as Travis County commissioners consider an unusual request that includes paying for the work with non-voter approved money.
Margaret Gómez will ask her fellow commissioners Tuesday to approve the road improvements and complete them by May. Her memo outlining what she called “an aggressive plan” offered no cost estimates. Earlier this month, however, she proposed $15 million to $20 million in road work in that area, which included work around the Formula One racetrack.
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