• Working Together to Complete Interstate 69
» An Alliance of Texas Communities
The Alliance for I-69 Texas is a coalition made up of cities, counties, port authorities and community leaders building grassroots support for upgrading the entire Interstate 69 route in Texas.
Since the Alliance was formed in 1994 it has provided sustained leadership through the tireless efforts of hundreds of volunteers. Among them are the four individuals who have served as Alliance Board Chair over those years -- Louis Bronaugh, former Mayor of Lufkin; Helen Walker, former County Judge of Victoria County; Robert Eckels, former County Judge of Harris County; and the current chair, John Thompson, County Judge of Polk County.
The Alliance has always worked to encourage cooperation and seek solutions. Our members have conducted a sustained campaign to have existing highways improved to interstate highway standard connecting the residents and businesses of Texarkana, Marshall, Nacogdoches, Lufkin, Livingston, Houston, Wharton, El Campo, Victoria, Corpus Christi, Harlingen, Brownsville, McAllen, Laredo and dozens of communities along US 59, US 77 and US 281.
The Alliance is a 501 (c) (6) non-profit organization.
» Join The Alliance
"The Alliance continues to be an active and consistent advocate for the completion of I-69 through East Texas, the Houston region, and South Texas. We are dedicated to the timely transformation of existing highways US 59, US 281 and US 77 into a seamless interstate. We welcome your support and participation in our efforts." --
John Thompson, Alliance Chairman
For information about joining the Alliance please contact Jennifer Shepard, Alliance Executive Director.