About $190 million in projects in the Spring and Klein area have been granted state and federal funding as part of the Houston-Galveston Area Council’s 2025-28 Transportation Improvement Plan.

What you need to know

During an April 3 meeting, the H-GAC unveiled the 2025-28 TIP, which allocated federal and state funding to transportation projects across eight counties in the Houston region. Funding is allocated to the projects every four years as part of the 2045 Regional Transportation Plan also managed by H-GAC.

Why it matters

According to the TIP documents, federal and state funding has been allocated over the next four years for a number of local projects, including:

The Grand Parkway: $116.21 million
  • Widening from four to six lanes from Hwy. 249 to I-45
Louetta Road: $24.5 million
  • Widening from five to seven lanes from I-45 to Hwy. 249
  • Redigging and evening ditches
Stuebner-Airline Road: $14.44 million
  • Widening to six lanes from Spring Cypress Road to FM 1960
Kuykendahl Road: $7 million
  • Widening from four to six lanes from FM 1960 to Rankin Road
Veterans Memorial Drive: $6.5 million
  • Widening from four to six lanes from FM 1960 to Hwy. 249
FM 1960: $10.9 million
  • Adding additional traffic control equipment including signals
Bourgeois Road: $10.5 million
  • Widening to four lanes from Cutten Road to Richey Road
  • Adding storm sewers
  • Adding curbs and additional turn lanes
Get involved

H-GAC will accept public comment regarding the proposed list of projects for the 2025-28 TIP through April 24. Public comments can be submitted online through the H-GAC comment portal. Once the public comment period is over, H-GAC officials said the project list will be finalized, and funding will be allocated in May based on any changes made.

The public comment period is also open to local governmental agencies and counties for additional input regarding the final project list. To view all projects on the 2025-28 TIP list, click here.