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Today the Texas Transportation Commission approved the 2019 Unified Transportation Program (UTP). The UTP is a 10-year statewide plan for transportation project development. Two projects included in the plan today will greatly improve SH 6 in Brazos County.
Both projects on SH 6 will make improvements include, but not limited to, six-lane conversion three-lanes in each direction), interchange improvements, innovative interchange designs, collector distributors roads, and bicycle/pedestrian accommodations
The first SH 6 improvement project is from SH 21 to BS-6R-South. This project letting is anticipated for September of 2021. This project is estimated at $174 million dollars for construction costs.
The second SH 6 improvement project is from BS-6R-South to SH 40. This project letting is anticipated for September of 2024. This project is estimated at approximately $42 million dollars for construction costs.
The Bryan District of TxDOT, in conjunction with the Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization, will begin project development by holding public meetings to better define the appropriate improvements.
For more information, contact Bobby.Colwell@txdot.gov or (979) 778-9764.