County government helps keep Texans and the Texas economy moving. Counties build and maintain nearly half the roads in Texas. They also maintain one in five of the state’s bridges.

Counties do more than spread asphalt and pour concrete. Many counties participate in strategic metropolitan and regional transportation planning to help move Texans and commerce efficiently. Counties are responsible for connecting Texans, businesses and communities across the state and beyond.

Who’s Involved?

Among their many duties, county commissioners are responsible for the construction and maintenance of the county roads and bridges in their precinct. Many county judges and commissioners also participate in metropolitan and regional planning efforts.

By the Stats

  • 47% of Texas Roads Are Built and Maintained by Texas Counties
  • 147,000+ Centerline Miles of Country Roads

Associated County Officials

Counties do the following and much more – 365 days a year, in all 254 counties.

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