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Txdot publishes grand parkway request for proposals on segments F1, f2 and g

A final Request for proposals for Segments F1, F2, and G were published by TxDOT on May 3, 2012. Five teams have been shortlisted on the design/build project.

Timeline for Segments F1, F2, and G

Proposals are due August, 2012

Conditional Contract Award is set for September, 2012

A TxDOT Bond Sale is scheduled for October, 2012

Contract signing is scheduled for December, 2012

Construction begins January, 2012

Open to traffic July, 2015

Request for Proposals (docs and many links to more info):

Toll Configuration (traffic and revenue):

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This is interesting. I'm amazed that they're already building the interchange on 290 by the outlet mall. And I also find it hard to believe a when I drive in Telge/Boudreaux area there'll be a freeway out there.

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Posted: Thursday, January 31, 2013 6:00 pm


Grand Parkway Association gives route update at recent chamber meeting

By Cory Stottlemyer

Houston Community Newspapers


"The Grand Parkway Association Executive Director David Gornet updated the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce on the parkway’s progress at a special breakfast Wednesday....."


"....Construction will begin in April on three sections on the north side of Houston (F-1, F-2, G) stretching from 290 to US 59 North and is expected to be open to traffic by December 2015. The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will sell bonds in March of this year for these sections."

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