The Herald-Zeitung does more than a few stories about transportation each year. That makes sense. After all, it doesn’t matter what a community offers if you can’t get there. 

As the explosive growth continues — with no sign that it’s going to slow anytime soon — mobility will remain a driving force behind just how far New Braunfels can go. 

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Richard Johnson

You mention take alternate routes for the back ups on 46. I haven't found any. That is the problem. There needs to be a completion of a loop, or parallel route to I35, that crosses the rivers. Construction on I35, is necessary, but should have been done after the other options were made available.

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