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Texas Department of Transportation - Houston
7600 Washington Avenue
FM 2920 Widening
Rosehill Rd to SH 249
The proposed FM 2920 improvement project includes widening the existing two-lane undivided roadway to a proposed four-lane divided roadway from BU 290 to Cypress Rosehill, and widening from the existing four-lane divided roadway to a proposed six-lane divided roadway from Cypress Rosehill Road to SH 249. Current and projected growth in the area has caused traffic demand to increase within the corridor. As a result, the current roadway does not provide adequate mobility to accommodate population growth or alleviate congestion. In addition, there has been an increase in serious traffic crashes along the project corridor. The facility had 335 crashes, 16 serious injuries and 5 fatalities during the period from 2015 to 2017. Improving congestion on this facility could save users in excess of 235,000 hours of travel time per lane-mile. Congestion is adversely affecting the travel time and reliability for freight movement. The truck volume on the facility is roughly 1,528 trucks per day and this represents 10.4% percent of the facility's AADT.
Widen existing roadway from 4 to 6 lanes
The purpose of the proposed project is to improve traffic flow, mobility, safety, and improve the reliability of peak-period travel times and travel time reliability for freight movement. The proposed design also identified intersections which could be realigned on new location to improve design deficiencies. In addition, the proposed design would accommodate bicycles and pedestrian facilities. The purpose of this project is to reduce crashes, serious injuries and fatalities; reduce congestion on the facility and improve the reliability of peak-period travel times; reduce congestion and improve travel time reliability for freight movement on this facility.
Less than $100 million
(Expand) Roadway Added Capacity/New Construction/Complete Streets
View Uploaded File: TXDOT_HOU_HGAC2018CFP.PDF
Environmental Assessment (EA)
Anticipated US Army Corps of Engineers Permits: Individual Permit (IP)
2941-01-028 and 2941-01-026 could be phased with 2941-01-028 first phase.
View Uploaded File: Map_HOU_46_HW_FM2920.pdf
View Uploaded File: HOU_46_HW_FM2920 Project Budget Worksheet.xlsx
View Uploaded File: HOU_46_HW_FM2920 Roadway Safety Benefits Template - Editable.xlsx
View Uploaded File: HOU_46_HW_FM2920 Delay Benefits Template - Editable.xlsx
View Uploaded File: HOU_46_HW_FM2920 Roadway Emissions Benefits Template - Editable.xlsx
View Uploaded File: HOU_46_HW_FM2920_Support.PDF
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901 - 1000
None of the Above
View Uploaded File: HOU_46_HW_FM2920 Level of Time Travel Reliability LOTTR Estimation Template - Editable.xlsx
This project adds one lane of capacity in each direction. This project will construct sidewalks, as well as a 15-foot-wide shared-use lane that can accommodate bicyclists
Harris County Support Letter
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Houston-Galveston Area Council