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Author Photo by: AtascocitaDotCom Site Admin
~ 2 years, 7 mos ago   Nov 15 2016, 1:15pm 
Woodlands Hills Dr Project Underway
 
Commissioner Jack Morman has started phase one of construction on the Woodland Hills Drive project. The $1.1 million improvement includes the addition of a two- lane concrete section to the existing roadway resulting in a complete four-lane boulevard from Beltway 8 to near Ridge Creek Elementary.
 
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“This portion of the two-phased project is expected to be complete in the second quarter of 2017,” said Commissioner Morman.
 
Phase two of the project includes the construction of a new four-lane concrete boulevard from Ridge Creek Elementary heading north to the Atascocita Forest subdivision, as well as the construction of a four-lane bridge over Williams Gully. Currently estimated at $9.5 million, the joint effort between Harris County Precincts 2 and 4 is expected to be complete and open to the Beltway in the fourth quarter of 2017.
 
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Woodland Hills Drive is one of the many projects Precinct 2 is working on to improve mobility throughout the Atascocita area. For more details on improvements within this area, visit their website at www.hcp2.com or follow their Facebook page “Harris County Precinct 2.”
 
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Author Photo blueyes
~ 2 years, 7 mos ago   Nov 15 2016, 1:21pm 
Thanks for the info.
 
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Author Photo Currygang New Member
~ 2 years, 7 mos ago   Nov 15 2016, 2:10pm 
CMAQ for the Will Clayton corridor? What's that all about? Air Quality?
 
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Author Photo AtascocitaDotCom Site Admin
~ 2 years, 7 mos ago   Nov 15 2016, 3:46pm 
What's that all about? Air Quality?

@Currygang :
 
Yes, sort of. It has to do with the installation and connection of the fiberoptic cables to traffic lights so they can be synced. When they are synced (or timed), vehicles don't sit idling at the light as often. Less time spent idling at a red light translates to less pollution going into the air.
 
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Author Photo Fairlane67
~ 2 years, 7 mos ago   Nov 15 2016, 3:58pm 
Connecting Woodland Hills over the San Jac, thru to Kingwood would be a huge traffic relief to WLH. I know it is planned, but like most projects in Harris County...10 years behind.
 
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Author Photo tommie
~ 2 years, 7 mos ago   Nov 15 2016, 4:54pm 
can you post a better picture of the map? Just wondering what all it says..
 
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Author Photo Currygang New Member
~ 2 years, 7 mos ago   Nov 15 2016, 6:46pm 
@tommie
Google the title. It should be the first hit
 
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Author Photo Astrokatz
~ 2 years, 7 mos ago   Nov 18 2016, 4:02pm 
@Fairlane67 Dang there goes our Ferry project. At least we don't have to worry about dodging ski boats now.
 
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