Curious about what ongoing and upcoming transportation projects are happening in your area? Here's the latest information on four Spring-area transportation projects.

Ongoing projects

1. Spring Cypress Road, Ella Boulevard intersection improvements

In early April, Harris County Precinct 3 began construction on a project to improve traffic operations at the intersection of Spring Cypress Road and Ella Boulevard by increasing safety and car capacity through the intersection. The project will include the installation of a westbound right-turn lane, upgrading the existing traffic signal and expanding the existing left-turn lanes. Motorists will notice temporary lane closures throughout construction.

Timeline: April-July 2023

Cost: $920,000

Funding source: Harris County Precinct 3

2. Kuykendahl Road repaving

Harris County Precinct 3 began work in January on a project to repave Kuykendahl Road between north of Spring Cypress Road and north of FM 1960. The project will include asphalt reconstruction, new markings and street signs along the road segment.

Timeline: January 2023-first quarter 2024

Cost: $4 million

Funding source: Harris County Precinct 3

Recently completed

3. I-45 bridge replacement

Work has been completed on a project to replace the I-45 southbound frontage road bridge over Cypress Creek, which had been closed since March 2022 due to safety concerns. Bambi Hall, a public information officer for the Texas Department of Transportation, said the project included sidewalks for pedestrian access and was initially expected to take two years to complete.

Timeline: July 2022-March 2023

Cost: $8.6 million

Funding source: TxDOT

4. FM 2920 improvements

Construction was substantially completed in May on a project to enhance safety along FM 2920 between North Willow Street in Tomball and I-45 in Spring. The project added continuous raised medians, improved traffic signals and added right-turn lanes along the corridor.

Timeline: February 2022-May 2023

Cost: $3.6 million

Funding sources: 80% federal, 20% state