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City of Stafford
2610 S. Main St
City of Stafford Sidewalk Connectivity Project
Fort Bend County
Cash Road and Stafford Road
There are currently places along major thoroughfares (Cash Road and Stafford Road) that do not have sidewalks. These gaps hinder the mobility of pedestrians to get from one section of the city to another in a safe and efficient manner. It also makes it more difficult for pedestrians to access nodes of employment and educational facilities such as the Stafford Municipal School District and Houston Community College.
The improvement project consists of the installation of approximately 4,380 lineal feet of 5-foot wide, ADA accessible pedestrian sidewalks adjacent to existing major thoroughfares (Stafford Road and Cash Road). The proposed sidewalks would be combined with existing sidewalks and future sidewalk projects to create a safe and complete pedestrian path from one side of the city to the other. The proposed sidewalks are located north of U.S. Highway 90 on the west side of Stafford Road and on the south side of Cash Road. The City of Stafford will work cooperatively with Union Pacific Railroad for an at-grade railroad pedestrian crossing on the west side of Stafford Road, north of U.S. Highway 90.
The primary outcome of this project is to create a system of non-motorized linkages and provide inter-connectivity within the community. The project will help fulfill an identified goal in the City's 2015 Comprehensive Plan to connect four major activity nodes within the city. This will provide pedestrians safe and convenient passage across all barriers including streets and a railroad crossing which will expand access to employment, education, cultural arts and entertainment and shopping destinations throughout the City of Stafford.
Less than $100 million
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None of the Above
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View Uploaded File: City of Stafford Sidewalk Connectivity Project Supplemental Information.pdf
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The proposed sidewalk project provides 16 tons/year of NOx emission reductions.
The proposed sidewalk project provides 3.84 tons/year of VOC emission reductions.
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City of Stafford Comprehensive Plan (2015)
Houston-Galveston Area Council