Posted on · The Texas Transportation Commission is allocating $18.5 million for a new hike-and-bike trail that would cross Buffalo Bayou and go underneath the West Loop in order to provide safe access between the Galleria area and Memorial Park.
Posted on · The ramp is part of a bigger six-year, $260 million highway project to update both freeways. The Southwest Freeway Interchange Project started in 2018, replacing many of the connectors between Interstate 69 and the 610 West Loop.
Posted on · The freeway is expected to reopen by Monday morning, but construction is part of a 6-year project which will be completed by Summer 2024.
Posted on · TxDOT plans to demolish the old northbound bridge on West Loop 610 at its intersection with the Southwest Freeway. A new southbound bridge opened Monday.
Posted on · The project, which began in 2018, also involved rebuilding the northbound and southbound Loop 610 bridges over I-69.
Posted on · The entrance ramp from Westheimer Road to the southbound lanes of Loop 610 West, along with Westpark Drive, will close at different times this week as the Texas Department of Transportation continues work on a $259 million freeway interchange project at the intersection of 610 and Interstate 69.
Posted on · Several connector ramps and nearby entrance and exit ramps also will be closed as TxDOT continues work on a $259 million freeway interchange project.
Posted on · TxDOT will demolish the current ramp in the Galleria area to make way for a new one. Drivers will need to plan a new route.
Posted on · Now that many commuters are home because of the COVID 19 pandemic contractors have more time to work on some major freeway projects.
Posted on · Traffic will be forced to detour because of overhead construction work.
Posted on · If you travel on a section of I-69, you may want to plan another route. A lot of work is happening at Houston’s busiest freeway interchange.
Posted on · Transportation planners are hoping to eliminate a lot of the problems that lead to crashes and backups.
Posted on · TxDOT says the project should take between five and six years but they hope to finish sooner
Posted on · Exit ramp is being shifted from the left side to the right.