The FM 1774 overpass in the city of Magnolia is under construction by the Texas Department of Transportation.
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Crews are constructing a railroad overpass to provide FM 1774 drivers a direct route over the Union Pacific Corp. tracks between FM 1488 and FM 1486. As of early May, the project was 95% complete. Timeline: December 2016-second quarter 2019 Cost: $23.3 million Funding sources: Texas Department of Transportation
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