Transportation & Mobility Resources
For the most recent plan click the image above and please see the chart below for the current status of projects.
Letter Project Strategy Agency(ies) Current Status A Aldine Westfield (Riley Fuzzel Rd. To Jensen Dr. Complete 4-lane Blvd Harris Co. Pcts. 1 & 4 | City of Houston Riley Fuzzel Rd. to FM 1960 is Complete (HCP4) | Aldine Mail Route to Pine Tree Drive is on COH CIP to acquire ROW in 2019. B Ella Blvd @ Kuykendahl Construct Grade Separation HC PCT 1 Information Pending C FM 1488 Magnolia Bypass from Business FM 1488-P to Proposed SH 249 (CDJ: 0523-07-002 Construct 4-lane roadway on new location TxDOT Not selected for funding in the H-GAC ’18 Call for Projects but in their Long-Range Plan. D FM 1960 @ Jones Rd. Construct Grade Separation TxDOT / HC PCT 4 Unfunded | HCP4 is currently not pursuing design or construction of a grade separation at this location due to ROW limitations and cost. E FM 1960 @ Stuebner Airline Rd. Construct Grade Separation TxDOT / HC PCT 4 Same as directly above F Gosling Rd. Bridge Across Spring Creek Widen Bridge to 4 Lanes HC PCT 4 | MC PCT 3 Harris Co. – In study phase. The project is scheduled to be bid in 2021. Preliminary study roadway and design work complete. G Hardy Toll Road @ Beltway 8 Construct Remaining DCs HCTRA In Final Design. Construction Expected to begin 2020. H (1) Holzwarth Rd. Extension & (2) Springwoods Village Pkwy. Extension Construct New Roads Extending Holzwarth to Sawmill Dr. and Springwoods Village Pkwy to SH 99 HC PCT 4 | MC PCT 3 H1 – Discussions b/t HCP4 and MCP3 are ongoing | H2 – from SH99 to East Mossy Oaks – Project will be pursued by HC Improvement District #18 in accordance with their Chapter 381 agreement with HC; I I-45 from downtown Houston to Conroe Implement improvements including access, managed lanes & transit TxDOT PEL Underway | NHA currently stakeholder on project J I-45 @ SH 99 – (1) CSJ: ?) (2) CSJ: 3510-06-022; (3) CSJ: 3510-06-009 (1) Construct two direct connectors (EB-NB; SB-WB) ; (2) Construct four direct connectors (WB-NB; WE-SB; SB-EB; NB-EB) ; (3) Construct four direct connectors (EB-SB; NB-WB) TxDOT (1) In 2045 Long Range Plan for FY 2025; (2) In 2045 Long Range Plan for FY 2030; (3) In 2045 Long Range Plan for FY 2040. K I 69 @ SH 99 – (1) CSJ: 3510-07-006; (2) CSJ: 3510-07-013 (1) Construct four direct connectors (EB-SB; SB-WB); (2) Construct four direct connectors (WB-NB; WB-SB; SB-EB; NB-EB) TxDOT (1) In 2045 Long Range Plan for FY 2040; (2) In 2045 Long Range Plan for FY 2030 L Kuykendahl Rd. @ Hufsmith-Kuykendahl Rd. Construct Grade Separation HC PCT 4 Unfunded – HCP4 is currently not pursuing the design or construction of a grade separation at this location due to cost. M Old Conroe Magnolia Rd. Extension Construct New Road to Connect FM 1488 to Loop 336 TxDOT | City of Conroe CoC has selected a consultant; Design underway. In 2019-22 STIP; Cat 7 STBG funding for FY 2022 N Research Forest Dr. @ Grogan’s Mill Rd. Construct Grade Separation TxDOT | MC RUD 1 Information Pending O Richey Rd. (Ella Blvd. to Veterans Memorial) Construct New Road HC PCT 1 Information Pending P Robinson Rd. Widen to 4 Lanes & Realign over RR Crossing City of Oak Ridge N | MC PCT 3 NHA advocated for project to be included in TIP | Information Pending Q SH 249 @ SH 99 Construct Remaining DCs HCTRA | TxDOT In Final Design. Construction Expected to begin Spring 2020. R SH 105 (FM 149 to Grimes County) CSJ: 0338-02-032 Widen from two to four lanes divided TxDOT In 2045 Long Range Plan for FY 2023. Being added to the new 2021 TIP, funded with Cat 2 METRO mobility funding S Sam Houston Tollway (SH 249 to I-45) Operational Improvements HCTRA Information Pending
Other Significant Mobility Projects
The North Houston Highway Improvement Project
The North Houston Highway Improvement Project (NHHIP) began 17 years ago and is broken into 3 segments with the goal of alleviating congestion, keeping up with projected increases in population, and updating design elements and aging infrastructure.
FM 1488 Access Management Study from I-45 to FM 149
NHA President, Marlisa Briggs, sits on the the Steering Committee for the FM 1488 Access Management Study. FM 1488 is a four-lane roadway with a continuous two-way left-turn lane in the middle of opposing lanes of traffic. The goal of access management is to reduce crashes and improve mobility by limiting conflict points and better planning how vehicles move through a corridor.
Our NHA President, Marlisa Briggs, joined CDC Houston's Warren Wilson, Harris County Precicnt 4 Commissioner Jack Cagle, and many more community members and business leaders for the ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Spring Creek Greenway's newest...
The San Jacinto Regional Flood Planning Group (SJRFPG) is soliciting nominations for individuals interested in serving as the voting member for the Environmental Interest Category to the planning group. They are especially looking for nominees who have a strong...
Last year we asked our members for their input and help sharing H-GAC's COVID-19 Impact employer survey. The survey aimed to help understand and forecast commuting behavior, including telework and what to expect in our region 2021. We got 45 total responses from our...
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Contains NHA’s top mobility projects along with other layers including:
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Houston Stronger is a group of businesses from the entire region that have worked together to diligently come up with a $61.55 billion dollar flood control plan. This plan was passed during the 86th Legislative Session and encompasses 12 independent projects that will cover the entire Houston region and more.
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