State Highway 6 Corridor Access Plan

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State Highway 6 Corridor Access Plan

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SH 6 Project Description Project Initiated and supported by City of Houston Missouri City of Sugar Land Harris County Fort Bend County H-GAC TxDOT Study zone is 23 miles of SH 6 Study Area incorporates bits of the above locales

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Project Goals Improve Safety Identify fleeting transportation changes Improve movement stream Reduce driver postpone Assess long haul hall needs.

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Project Schedule

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Final Report Short-term changes (0-5 years) Raised medians Right-turn paths Bicycle and walker at convergences Medium-term enhancements (5-10 years) Cross get to Driveway combination Long-term upgrades (10-25 years) Intersection Bicycle and passerby Transit Landscape Policy

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Short Term Medians

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Short-term Improvements Raised medians – will limit the development of activity and lessen the quantity of contentions. The cost incorporates the development of medians and crossing point changes, for example, double left turn paths. Fetched Summary Houston $2,311,700 Harris County $3,104,100 Sugar Land $1,719,500 Missouri City $5,464,400 Fort Bend County $880,000 Total $13,479,700

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Short-term Improvements Right-turn paths – increment versatility by expelling turning movement from the through paths. Including right turn paths was one of the biggest remarks got at the general population gatherings. Taken a toll Summary Houston $45,300 Harris County $24,700 Sugar Land $0 Missouri City $20,500 Fort Bend County $0 Total $90,500

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Short-term Improvements Additional changes (could be viewed as Short-term) Improvement of convergences ADA Compliance/Pedestrian Crossings Re-timing signals Landscaping TxDOT/Agency Coordination Sidewalks Long-term

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Medium-term Improvements Cross get to enhancements Cost Summary Houston $37,700 Harris County $122,600 Sugar Land $35,200 Missouri City $0 Fort Bend County $15,600 Total $211,100

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Medium-term Improvements Driveway combination Cost Summary Houston $148,800 Harris County $217,700 Sugar Land $21,100 Missouri City $0 Fort Bend County $0 Total $387,200

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Long-term Improvements Intersection upgrades Capacity enhancements Pedestrian Esthetic Cost Summary Houston $4,661,700 Harris County $1,799,200 Sugar Land $1,265,800 Missouri City $4,194,500 Fort Bend County $20,700 Total $11,941,900

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Long-term Improvements Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements New climb and bicycle trail ADA and crossing point Additional trail associations with advancement Cost Summary Houston $528,500 Harris County $39,000 Sugar Land $259,000 Missouri City $535,250 Fort Bend County $0 Total $1,361,750

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Long-term Improvements Transit Improvements Expansion of stop and ride administrations and express courses Addition of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Local transport highways (40 to 50 stops) Future bearable focuses

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Long-term Improvements Landscape changes TxDOT Program Municipalities must facilitate with TxDOT

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Long-term Improvements Policy enhancements Transportation Planning Subdivision statute Engineering (garage dividing, turn paths, carport outline) Livable focuses

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Summary (Meeting the objectives) Improve security: With more than 2,000 crashes in a three-year time frame costing roughly $51 million in societal cost, including the raised medians can conceivably moderate more than 25% of the $51 million bringing about a $13 million reserve funds. Recognize transient arrangements: The fleeting arrangements distinguished in this study mean more than $13,500,000 worth of enhancements. Coincidently the cost of the fleeting arrangements are equivalent to the potential security reserve funds (See above). Enhance movement stream and deferral: Without these changes, the expenses of clog and versatility are amazingly high. It is foreseen that in light of the P.M. period operations demonstrate, the cost of postponement is around $5,100 every day, or $150,000 every month, or $1,800,000 every year. Survey long haul passageway needs: With more than $13,300,000 in recognized upgrades numerous changes can be arranged and customized.

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Project Team Lead Agency: Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) Project Manager : Christy Willhite Transportation Department Contract Manager : Jerry Bobo Transportation Department Consultant Team: Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. In relationship with Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc. Parsons Brinkerhoff Quade & Douglass, Inc. Group Awareness Services, Inc. CJ Hensch & Associates, Inc. Directing Committee: Ray Chong, City of Houston Charles Dean, Harris County Ron Drachenberg, Fort Bend County Scott Elmer, City of Missouri City Jim Hunt, TxDOT Michael Leech, City of Sugar Land Catherine McCreight, TxDOT Pat Waskowiak, H-GAC Christy Willhite, H-GAC Funding Partners: Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) Texas Department of Transportation City of Missouri City City of Sugar Land City of Houston Fort Bend County The controlling board and specialist group might want to thank the natives, staffs, and chose authorities along the SH 6 passageway for their help with the advancement of this arrangement.

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