Key LCRA Transmission Projects
LCRA Transmission Services Corporation serves electric service needs across Texas with a robust network of transmission lines and substations.
LCRA TSC plans to invest about $3 billion over the next five years to build new transmission facilities and improve existing ones to support growth and increase the reliability of power infrastructure in our state.
Find out more about several major LCRA TSC projects that will help support the reliability of the Texas power grid.
- Hays Energy to Kendall Upgrade Program: Rebuild of an approximately 60-mile transmission line corridor from Hays Energy Substation near Interstate 35 in San Marcos to Kendall Substation near Comfort.
- Lakeway to Marble Falls Transmission Project: Storm hardening on 23-mile transmission line and other area transmission lines within the corridor.
- Marshall Ford to McNeil Transmission Project: Storm hardening on 14.2-mile transmission line and portions of the Marshall Ford-Spicewood and Spicewood-McNeil transmission lines.
- North McCamey to Sand Lake Project: New 345-kilovolt transmission line to improve reliability and accommodate future demand and generating capacity growth in West Texas.
- North McCamey to Bearkat Project: New 345-kilovolt transmission line to improve reliability and accommodate future demand and generating capacity growth in West Texas.