IH 10(W) to US 290
Segment E is a proposed 15.2-mile, four-lane, controlled access toll road with intermittent frontage roads from IH 10 (W) to US 290 (Northwest Freeway) through Harris County.
For Segment E, the alternative alignments were developed within the project area to fulfill the purpose and need of the project, to minimize potential environmental impacts, and to respond to public/landowner and resource agency comments.
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A Recommended Alternative Alignment was identified in the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS, February 2003). This selection was based on public and resource agency input, and analysis and comparison of the potential effects on the physical, biological, and human environments of each alternative alignment.
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The Preferred Alternative Alignment is shown above on the map. Click on the individual purple squares to view detailed maps of Segment E. These squares indicate the limits of the detailed maps for this segment. Once a square is selected, the detailed map will open in a separate window. The detailed maps are large files and may take a few minutes to download depending on the speed of your internet connection. Once in the detailed maps, use the zoom button in the toolbar to view the maps at 100% of their original size.To learn more about the progress of Segment E as well as other segments of the Grand Parkway, please use the blue links to the left. To e-mail your comments for Segment E click here.
Segment E Revised Record of Decision (ROD) was issued on June 9, 2009 by FHWA.
The Segment E Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) Re-evaluation was approved by the Federal Highway Administration on June 9, 2009.
Segment E FEIS Public Comments are addressed in the Segment E Record of Decision (ROD).
Segment E Record of Decision (ROD) was issued on June 24, 2008 by FHWA.
The Segment E Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) was signed by the Federal Highway Administration on November 19th, 2007.
The FEIS has been organized in a four-volume set. Volume I of the FEIS includes analyses and results common to all four segments. Volume II provides a detailed assessment of an individual segment relative to the specific study area. Volume III contains Exhibits and Appendices referenced in Volumes I and II of the FEIS. Volume IV contains public comments.
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