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Cost: $9.4 million Funding sources: Harris County Precinct 3, Montgomery County Precinct 3 4 Aldine Westeld, Sciaaca Road intersection improvements Harris County Precinct 3 ocials said construction is nearing completion on a project to install a trac signal at the intersection of Aldine West¡eld and Sciaaca roads. Timeline: ¡rst quarter-second quarter 2022 Cost: $300,000 Funding source: Harris County Engineering Department UPCOMING PROJECTS 5 FM 1960 widening TxDOT is preparing to begin construction later this year on a project that will expand FM 1960 from six to eight lanes between Hwy. 249 and Cutten Road. According to Perez, right of way acquisition for the project is complete, however utility adjustments continue. The project is now expected to go out for bids in November. Timeline: December 2022- April 2025 Cost: $20 million Funding sources: 80% federal, 20% state
be completed by summer 2023. Timeline: March 2022-summer 2023 Cost: $8.6 million Funding source: TxDOT 2 Gosling Road Segment 3 widening Construction is underway on a project to widen Gosling Road from two to four lanes with a raised median between West Rayford Road and Creekside Forest Drive in north Spring. According to Harris County Precinct 3 ocials, the project aims to improve trac ow by providing two lanes for northbound trac and two lanes for southbound trac. Timeline: second quarter 2021-third quarter 2022 Cost: $7.4 million Funding source: Harris County Precinct 3 3 Gosling Road bridge Work continues on a project to construct a 2,100-foot-long concrete twin bridge on Gosling Road over Spring Creek to tie into the four-lane concrete boulevard to the north and south. Harris County Precinct 3 ocials said the project aims to improve safety and trac ow by providing two lanes for southbound trac and completing mobility connection between Harris and Montgomery counties. Timeline: fourth quarter 2021-¡rst quarter 2023
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ONGOING PROJECTS 1 I-45 southbound frontage road bridge replacement Work is underway on a project to replace the I-45 southbound frontage road bridge
over Cypress Creek. According to Danny Perez, public information ocer for the Texas Department of Transportation, the project’s estimated cost has increased from $6.7 million to $8.6 million due to increased material costs as well as costs associated with expediting the project to
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