UPDATE 10:15 a.m.:
All lanes of the 183A Toll Road through Cedar Park now open; presently there are no road closures in Cedar Park. Please drive safely and have a great day.
UPDATE 10:00 a.m.:
Only part of 183A Toll Road that is still closed is northbound lanes between 1431 and New Hope.
UPDATE 9:25 a.m. :
183A Toll Road is closed from New Hope Drive to Avery Ranch while crews work to de-ice overpasses. Please use extreme caution while driving this morning.
UPDATE: 7:03 a.m.:
Police have closed the overpass at 183A and Avery Ranch Blvd. due to ice on overpass. Please use extreme caution driving this morning, especially over bridges, elevated structures, and overpasses where ice can accumulate.
UPDATE 6:25 a.m.:
Police have closed 183A at New Hope in both directions, north and south, due to a traffic accident.
There is an accident at 183A and Crystal Falls Parkway northbound.
There is an accident at 183A and Avery Ranch southbound.
Please avoid these areas and use extreme caution driving.
4:57 a.m.: At this time there are no reports of major accumulations or problems with roadways in Williamson or Travis Counties.
Temperatures are remaining right at freezing throughout the area and light precipitation continues to fall. This is expected to continue throughout the morning. Freezing temperatures are expected to continue until around noon.
All bridges and overpasses remain open, however, please use extreme caution driving over them as these areas during wet, freezing weather.
Leander ISD, Round Rock ISD, and Austin ISD have delayed class start times by two hours this morning.
Austin Community College campuses open at 10 a.m.
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Cedar Park, TX 78613
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