CONDEMNATION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY OR EASEMENT. A county may condemn a right-of-way or easement in real property necessary to construct an underpass,
exercise the power of eminent domain in a municipality with the prior consent of the governing body of the municipality to condemn and acquire real property, a right-of-way, or an easement in public or private real property that the commissioners court determines is necessary or convenient to any road that forms damages by the condemnation commissioners may not suspend work by the county in connection with which the real property, right-of-way, or easement is sought to be acquired.
(d) An exchange of an interest in real property originally acquired by the county for street, right-of-way , or easement purposes as consideration for the acquisition of another interest in real property for street, right-of-way, or easement purposes is not subject to the notice requirements of Subsection (b
transportation service in those areas on, under, over, along, or across a public street or highway and on real property, an easement, or a right-of-way acquired for that purpose.
operating, or maintaining property located in the zone or to acquire or reimburse acquisition costs of real property outside the zone for right-of-way or easements necessary to construct public rights-of-way