Before a project is built, a study must be done to determine if it will fill a transportation need, will not negatively impact the surrounding area and fits the department's overall plan. During the study phase, potential projects are analyzed to determine if they are cost-effective while also efficiently improving mobility. Some of these projects have moved beyond the study phase and are under construction.
|Brazos, Grimes and Washington counties||SH 105 Bridge Project||Replace the existing SH 105 bridges across the Navasota and Brazos Rivers and Coles Creek|
|Brenham||US 290 Freeway Conversion Project||Improvements from the BNSF railroad to Woodward Creek|
|College Station||FM 2347 Project||Improvements to the intersection of George Bush Drive, Wellborn Road and the Union Pacific Railroad|
|Grimes County||SH 249 Project||Identify potential route or routes between Todd Mission and Navasota|
|Madisonville||SH 21 Relief Route Feasibility Study||A relief route is being studied to increase mobility|