CLICK HERE FOR A POSTER SIZED, DETAILED PRINTOUT OF PROPOSED PRECINCT 3 MOBILITY PROJECTS INCLUDING PROJECTS PREVIOUSLY APPROVED BY VOTERS IN PAST BOND ELECTIONS

Fort Bend County is growing by 30,000 new residents every year, and we are all too familiar with the need for more roads and better mobility in our region. Your county elected officials are committed to addressing these needs through proper planning and coordination with regional and state partners - without raising property taxes. Towards that goal,  Fort Bend County Commissioners Court called for a Mobility Bond that was approved by 72.74% of Precinct 3 residents who voted  in November 2017.  

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of all proposed Precinct 3 mobility projects in the 2017 Bond proposal.
 

Grand Parkway Frontage Road - Segment 1

One of the most congested corridors in the county will see immediate relief by adding this frontage road from Cinco Ranch Blvd. to Westheimer Pkwy., as well as improved traffic flow into the retail areas at these intersections.

Grand Parkway Frontage Road - Segment 2

This frontage road will relieve traffic at two of the busiest intersections in Fort Bend County at Fry Road /SH 99 and the FM 1093 / SH 99 interchange, as well as improved traffic flow into the retail areas at Fry Road and SH 99.

Cane Island Parkway (Second Phase)

One of the most critically needed north/south routes in the entire region is already under construction at Cane Island Parkway. This second phase will further expand the vehicle capacity and relieve traffic congestion on FM 1463.

Twinwood Ranch Road - Segment 1

One of the most pressing mobility issues in north Fort Bend County is the lack of north/south routes to I-10. As growth expands west, Twinwood Ranch Road represents mobility planning done right through developer partnership.

TWINWOOD RANCH ROAD - Segment 2

One of the most pressing mobility issues in north Fort Bend County is the lack of north/south routes to I-10. As growth expands west, Twinwood Ranch Road represents mobility planning done right through developer partnership.

Fulshear-Gaston Road

This design project will prepare for the expansion of a critical east/west route in one of the highest-growth areas in Fort Bend County, and the facilitation of faster response times from emergency services and law enforcement personnel for our residents.

Roesner Road - Segment 1

In its current fragmented configuration, Katy residents are unable to use Roesner Road to travel to major collector roads in the region. This design project will shape the Fort Bend portion of the road to help alleviate commuter traffic past schools.

ROESNER Road - SEGMENT 2

In its current fragmented configuration, Katy residents are unable to use Roesner Road to travel to major collector roads in the region. This design project will shape the Fort Bend portion of the road up to the border with Harris County.

Peek Road - Segment 1

Peek Road is the last connections awaiting construction and completion to the Grand Parkway (SH 99). When finished, thousands of residents will finally have direct access to the Grand Parkway via this route, saving many commuting miles.

Peek Road - Segment 2

This proposed route would provide an important north/south connection for tens of thousands of residents along FM 359 and the Brazos River, and reduce commuter traffic through school zones and residential areas.

Brandt Lane

This project represents an expansion upon the previous project approved by voters in 2013, and will construct a three-lane, curb and gutter roadway in a rapidly-growing area with limited-sight roadway issues and naturally occurring drainage issues.

INDUSTRIAL Boulevard INTERSECTION

Years of inconsistent growth and planning has resulted in one of the most enigmatic intersections in all of Fort Bend County, now ready to receive a final mobility and drainage solution in this reconfiguration.