The North Houston Highway Improvement Project (NHHIP) is a project of the Texas Department of Transportation. This planned reconstruction of Interstate Highway 45 north, between downtown Houston and the North Sam Houston Tollway, locally known as Beltway 8, also includes segments of connecting freeways.
The project, as planned, is estimated to cost $7 billion. The Houston-Galveston Area Council, as the region’s Metropolitan Planning Organization, is responsible for programming regional transportation projects in the Transportation Improvement Program as approved by the Transportation Policy Council.
The Texas Department of Transportation has begun a process for public involvement related to the North Houston Highway Improvement Project. The City of Houston – with participation from the Texas Department of Transportation, Harris County, and other stakeholders – has also facilitated extensive public engagement with communities historically impacted by highway construction in the corridor.
Meeting of the Workgroup of the Transportation Policy Council to Develop a Memorandum of Understanding for the North Houston Highway Improvement Project
Monday, September 21 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
877-853-5247 or 888-788-0099 Meeting ID: 914 5163 8571 Participant ID: Press # Passcode: 610507
Meeting ID: 914 5163 8571 Passcode: 610507
Developing a Memorandum of Understanding for the future coordination on the North Houston Highway Improvement Project (NHHIP)
Approval of a Workgroup to create a Memorandum of Understanding for the North Houston Highway Improvement Project (NHHIP)
Houston-Galveston Area Council