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Capital Improvement Projects Update: Gosling Road Bookmark

Residents traveling along Gosling Road to the Grand Parkway may soon have a faster commute. All lanes along Gosling Road are now open except for one-lane closures between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. while construction on drainage projects continues.

Last year, Harris County Precinct 4 began an $8.68-million project to widen Gosling Road from two to five lanes with drainage between Spring Stuebner Road and the Grand Parkway and expand the area between the Grand Parkway and Mossy Oaks to four lanes.

Long-term plans include widening the roadway to Spring Creek and installing an additional bridge over Spring Creek to improve traffic flow between Harris and Montgomery counties.

Read more below for other expansion projects planned along Gosling Road: ❡

Gosling Road Segment 2 between Mossy Oaks Road and West Rayford Road ¶

Harris County Commissioners’ Court awarded the construction contract to Allgood Construction on Sept. 26 and construction will commence once notice to proceed has been given. ¶

Proposed improvements include upgrading the two-lane asphalt to a four-lane concrete pavement section with an appropriate drainage system. ¶ Construction cost: $9,369,688¶

Gosling Road Segment 3 between West Rayford Road and Creekside Forest Drive¶

Gosling Road Segment 3 is currently in the final design phase. Precinct 4’s goal is to bid this segment in the fourth quarter of 2017, barring any unforeseen circumstances beyond Harris County’s control. Proposed improvements include upgrading the two-lane asphalt roadway to a four-lane concrete pavement section with an appropriate drainage system.¶ Estimated construction cost: $6,457,000¶

Gosling Road Bridge over Spring Creek¶

Harris County previously identified funds to pursue the Gosling Road Bridge over Spring Creek. Harris County Precinct 4 is working with Montgomery County on an agreement to fund the project. The Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) division administers and manages Precinct 4’s capital improvements program. The CIP program includes road expansion projects, traffic signals and intersection improvements and traffic management systems designed to improve mobility and air quality. For more information about Precinct 4’s CIP division, visit

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