Antonio Area Freeway System
page last updated January 23, 2012
metropolitan area is fortunate to have one of the most comprehensive
urban freeway systems in North America. In fact, Bexar County
one of the largest system of state highways in the nation and one of
the highest ratios of freeway miles per capita in the US. As
the end of 2011, there were 1,016 centerline miles and 3,389 lane miles
of state-maintained roadways in Bexar County. Approximately
centerline miles and 1,100 lane miles of that total were
controlled-access freeways. A study by the Surface
Policy Project in 1998 ranked San Antonio's highways as the best among
the largest US urban areas.
This site covers the San Antonio freeway system in-depth.
you'll find links to general information about the local freeways and
their history and pages with in-depth details about each
There's also information on some other area highways, details of
freeway construction projects, information about TransGuide, and lots
of basic information about the freeway system including layout,
statistics, frontage roads, turnarounds, double-decked freeways
construction, and signage, as well as the conventions used on this site.
some of the most common questions I hear about San Antonio's freeways
and other local roads.
the evolution of the San Antonio freeway system.
|| 2011 traffic statistics
freeway traffic counts and general statistics.
access detailed information about each freeway, including a description
of the route and the length covered, lane and access road
configuration, a description of the general traffic conditions and
traffic counts, a complete list of exits in each direction, speed
limits, special features, current construction, future plans, and as
much history as I know about the route.
Click on a freeway
segment on the map above
or on one of the
Other sites of