West Little York

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PROJECT NUMBER N-321040-0091

LOCATION Refer to Map

COUNCIL DISTRICT A,B

AWARDED $384,342

TYPE Street

START Winter 2025

COMPLETION Summer 2025

DETAILS Restripe West Little York to reduce travel lanes and add a protected bike lane from TC Jester to Wheatley. Modify traffic signals at five intersections to account for the restriping and configuration of lanes.


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General Project Information

What is HSIP?
The Texas Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) is a federally mandated program managed by TxDOT. HSIP, directed by Texas’ Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP), works to achieve the main objective of significantly reducing traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads by providing a standardized approach for identifying and reviewing specific traffic safety concerns throughout the state. Texas’ SHSP identifies the emphasis areas and strategies that the HSIP will focus on to meet the state’s objectives of reducing fatal and serious injury crashes in Texas.

What is the purpose of this project?
The purpose of this project is Safety Improvement for bicyclists, pedestrians, and travel lanes.

How long is this project going to take to complete?

Work is scheduled to begin in Winter 2025 and anticipated to be completed in Summer 2025. The project schedule depends upon weather conditions.


PROJECT NUMBER N-321040-0091

LOCATION Refer to Map

COUNCIL DISTRICT A,B

AWARDED $384,342

TYPE Street

START Winter 2025

COMPLETION Summer 2025

DETAILS Restripe West Little York to reduce travel lanes and add a protected bike lane from TC Jester to Wheatley. Modify traffic signals at five intersections to account for the restriping and configuration of lanes.


MAP


General Project Information

What is HSIP?
The Texas Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) is a federally mandated program managed by TxDOT. HSIP, directed by Texas’ Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP), works to achieve the main objective of significantly reducing traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads by providing a standardized approach for identifying and reviewing specific traffic safety concerns throughout the state. Texas’ SHSP identifies the emphasis areas and strategies that the HSIP will focus on to meet the state’s objectives of reducing fatal and serious injury crashes in Texas.

What is the purpose of this project?
The purpose of this project is Safety Improvement for bicyclists, pedestrians, and travel lanes.

How long is this project going to take to complete?

Work is scheduled to begin in Winter 2025 and anticipated to be completed in Summer 2025. The project schedule depends upon weather conditions.


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