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Houston Area

Projects

The projects listed below are currently under development include but are not limited to:

Project Name:
I-610: Cambridge St. to Scott St.
Timeline:
2019-2022
Cost:
$116,900,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Offer traffic congestion relief and increase mobility with the reconstruction of the mainlanes
Frontage roads
Addition of a freeway overpass and eight direct connector tie-ins to SH 288
Project Name:
I-45: NASA 1 to FM 518
Timeline:
2017-2022
Cost:
$99,800,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Improve Hurricane Evacuation Route
Project Name:
I-45 Gulf Freeway: North of FM 517 to South of FM 1764
Timeline:
2018-2023
Cost:
$240,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Improve Hurricane Evacuation Route
Project Name:
I-610: I-610 West Loop at I-69 Southwest
Project Website
Timeline:
2017-2024
Cost:
$287,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Project Name:
I-10: FM 359 to Brazos River
Timeline:
2021-2023
Cost:
$242,200,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Improve Hurricane Evacuation Route
Project Name:
I-45, IH-69, and IH-10: FM 359 to Brazos River
Timeline:
2022-2028
Cost:
$4,230,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Reconstruct interchanges, construct parkway connectors into downtown Houston
Construct three bridges
Project Name:
IH-69: SH 288 to Spur 527
Timeline:
2021-2026
Cost:
$274,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Reconstruct 10 GPs
Project Name:
SH 35 and IH-610: SH 35 North of OST to Bellfort St., Interchange at IH- 10
Timeline:
2022-2027
Cost:
$445,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Construct an 8-lane freeway, 2-lane FRs on new location
DCs at SH 35 and I-610
Project Name:
I-45: I-10 to I-610 and Interchange at I-610
Timeline:
2024-2028
Cost:
$1,225,000,000
Public Benefits:
Driver Benefits
Reconstruct GPs, FRs, and interchange, and construct four new NTMLs
Driver benefits include:
Reducing Congestion
Improve Safety and Mobility
Increasing Operational Efficiency
Providing Reliable Travel Time
Lowering Fuel Consumption