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Harris County Precinct 4 Capital Improvement Projects Bookmark

Is traffic slowing you down? Precinct 4 currently has 10 Capital Improvement Projects under construction and 51 in the design phase.

Check out some of the top projects affecting your area below.

Aldine

Treaschwig Road from Aldine Westfield Road to Birnam Wood Boulevard

Proposed improvements include upgrading Treaschwig Road from the existing two-lane asphalt roadway to a four-lane concrete boulevard section with appropriate drainage system and traffic signalization at Trilby Way. The project is currently in the design phase.

Cypress Fairbanks

Telge Road and Bridge from Spring Cypress Road (west) to Spring Cypress Road (east)

Planned improvements include widening the Telge Road Bridge over Little Cypress Creek to four-lanes. The construction contract was awarded to Mar-Con Services, LLC, and notice to proceed was given on May 15, 2017. Construction should be complete in September 2018. This is a joint project between Harris County Precinct 3 and Harris County Precinct 4.

Grant Road from Old Kluge Road to Spring Cypress Road

Planned improvements include upgrading Grant Road from the existing two-lane asphalt roadway to a four-lane concrete boulevard section with storm sewer system, traffic signalization or signal modifications as warranted and all appurtenances necessary for realizing a completed project within an 80-foot right of way. Harris County awarded the construction contract to Angel Brother's Enterprises, Ltd and notice to proceed with construction was given on February 1, 2017. Construction completion is scheduled for January 21, 2019.

Humble

Lockwood Road from Union Pacific Railroad to Beltway 8

Proposed improvements include upgrading Lockwood Road from the existing two-lane asphalt roadway to a four-lane concrete boulevard section with appropriate drainage system accommodating low impact development components. The project is currently in the design phase. It is Harris County's goal to bid the project for construction in the third quarter of 2018.

Kings Park Way from Atascocita Road to FM 1960

Planned improvements include widening the half-boulevard section of Kings Park Way (Atasca Oaks Drive) to a four-lane concrete boulevard section with appropriate drainage accommodations, traffic signal modifications and all appurtenances necessary for a complete project. notice to proceed with the construction efforts is expected to be given upon completion of the utility relocation effort. This is a joint participation effort between Precinct 4 and Precinct 2.

Klein

Hufsmith-Kohrville Road from Mahaffey Road to FM 2920

Planned improvements include upgrading Hufsmith-Kohrville Road from the existing two-lane asphalt roadway to a four-lane concrete boulevard section with storm sewer system, traffic signal installation at Mahaffey Road as warranted and all appurtenances necessary for realizing a complete project. The project was awarded to Allgood Construction and notice to proceed was given January 29. The project is expected to be complete December 24.

Gosling Road from Mossy Oaks Road Limit to West Rayford Road

Planned improvements include widening Gosling Road, between Mossy Oaks Road and West Rayford Road, as a four-lane concrete boulevard section with appropriate drainage system and all appurtenances necessary for a complete project. Commissioners' Court awarded the project to Allgood Construction and notice to proceed was issued March 21. Construction completion is scheduled for August 13, 2019.

Spring

Riley Fuzzel Road from West Hardy Road to Hardy Toll Road

Proposed improvements include upgrading Riley Fuzzel Road from the existing two-lane asphalt roadway to a five-lane concrete pavement section. The project is currently in the design phase and is expected to be published for bidding purposes in the first quarter of 2019.

Veterans Memorial Drive from Beltway 8 to FM 1960

Proposed improvements include installation of the missing segments of a continuous turn lane on Veterans Memorial Drive, between West Greens Road and FM 1960, with traffic signal upgrades and intersection improvements as needed. The project is currently in the Study Phase.

Tomball

Holderrieth Road from Calvert Road to SH 249

Planned improvements include extending Holderrieth Road, between Calvert Road and SH 249, as a four-lane concrete boulevard section with appropriate drainage and all appurtenances necessary for a complete project. Commissioners Court awarded the project to Unitas Construction and the contractor was given the notice to proceed on January 29. Construction completion is scheduled for November 25.

 



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