Transportation Updates: Here is the latest on 5 transportation projects in Spring, Klein

Here is the latest information on five local transportation projects in the Spring and Klein area, as of Oct. 15.
Here is the latest information on five local transportation projects in the Spring and Klein area, as of Oct. 15.

Here is the latest information on five local transportation projects in the Spring and Klein area, as of Oct. 15.

Here is the latest information on five local transportation projects in the Spring and Klein area, as of Oct. 15.

1. Cypresswood Drive improvements

As part of the ongoing Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality, or CMAQ, project, construction is underway on Cypresswood Drive between Hickory Twig Way and FM 1960. The project includes various intersection improvements along the corridor, including the installation of eight new traffic signals.

Timeline: Feb. 11, 2019-June 2020

Cost: $6.4 million


Funding sources: Harris County Precinct 4, Texas Department of Transportation

2. Hwy. 249 improvements

CMAQ 4-Phase 2D includes traffic signal modifications and intersection improvements along the Hwy. 249 frontage road between Antoine and Spring Cypress roads.

Timeline: Aug. 13, 2019-March 2022

Cost: $3.61 million

Funding sources: Harris County Precinct 4, TxDOT

3. Gosling Road Section 3 expansion

Precinct 4 plans to seek bid authorization in the fourth quarter of 2019 for the final design phase of a $6.5 million project to upgrade the two-lane asphalt section on Gosling Road between West Rayford Road and Creekside Forest Drive to a four-lane concrete boulevard with drainage.

Timeline: TBD

Cost: $6.5 million

Funding source: Harris County Precinct 4

4. Gosling Road bridge

Precinct 4 and Montgomery County Precinct 3 are continuing to study a project to widen Gosling Road from Creekside Forest Drive to Gatewood Reserve Lane into a four-lane concrete section, with the addition of a two-lane bridge over Spring Creek. A construction timeline has not yet been determined.

Timeline: TBD

Cost: $8.2 million

Funding sources: Harris County Precinct 4, Montgomery County Precinct 3

5. Treaschwig Road widening

Precinct 4 is designing a project to upgrade Treaschwig Road from a two-lane asphalt roadway to a four-lane concrete boulevard section between Aldine Westfield Road and Birnam Woods Boulevard. The project also includes improvements to drainage and the installation of a traffic signal at Trilby Way.

Timeline: TBA

Cost: $10.2 million

Funding source: Harris County Precinct 4
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