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TxDOT to hold Hwy 90 Meeting

The Texas Highway Department will take a major step toward completing the new US90 Crosby Freeway next week, by holding a public meeting for comments from the public on right-of-way issues.
The “Open House” meeting is scheduled to be held Tuesday night, Oct. 11, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm in the Monument Room of the Student Center on the San Jacinto College North campus.


This is located at 5800 Uvalde Road in the North Shore area. The meeting room is on the second floor of the Slovacek Student Center.
This portion of the Freeway is to be built from the I-10/IH- 610 intersection (near the new HCC East campus) to Beltway 8 (near SanJac North campus). This will essentially complete the highway and allow through traffic from downtown Houston, to Crosby and Dayton.
This segment of the highway is planned to be 5.1 miles long, according to TxDOT, and consist of a 6 and 8 lane controlled access roadway. Right of Way width is planned to be 420 feet. Frontage roads will be built between Wallisville/Maxey to Normandy.
The meeting is set for the purpose of presenting the latest plans and schedules, and to review results of a revised Environmental Impact Statement.
The meeting is open to all parties interested in this highway. Additional information is available from TxDOT at 713-802-5072.