Inner West Loop Mobility Study
The study area for the Inner West Loop Mobility Study is bounded on the east by Spur 527 and Bagby Street, on the west by Interstate Highway 610 (West Loop), on the north by Interstate Highway 10 (Katy Freeway), and on the south by U.S. Highway 59 (Southwest Freeway). The Inner West Loop area has substantially built-out street network system. Acquisition of additional rights-of-way to add capacity to the existing network system is possible; however it will be cost prohibitive due to existing built-out major developments. It is therefore important to evaluate the overall system network to make it efficient to address the current and future needs. Given the limitation of the current conventional street classification system, the CMP (Phase 1) recommended a multi modal street classification system to utilize within COH. In fact, the multi modal classification system was planned to be integrated into the City’s existing street classification system through these sub-area studies.
The primary purpose is to identify short, medium and long range projects intended to promote better mobility, and to consider and develop a multi modal classification for streets within the study area. During the course of this task the Consultant will work with City staff to integrate the new mobility study process with a mobility toolbox into the City’s current transportation planning process.
Final Report (PDF)
Final Public Meeting
Please join us as we review the recommendations resulting from the Inner West Loop Mobility Study. Provided recommendations focus work to capitalize on current transportation infrastructure by emphasizing multi-modal mobility options and system improvements. Recommendations include short-term and long-term solutions to improve mobility in the area. We would like your feedback on the recommendation as we finalize the report.
Date and Time
Tuesday, December 11th, 2012
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Presentation: 6:00 PM
Metropolitan Multi-Service Center - Activity Rm. #2
1475 West Gray
Houston, Tx 77019
Presentation: Dec. 11, 2012
Presentation: July 25, 2012
Public Open House
The purpose of this meeting is to collect public input early in the process. This input will help guide Stakeholders, Consultants, and City staff. The public meeting will collect input from the citizens regarding their neighborhoods and the larger study area. Input will also be collected regarding existing issues and the street network within the study area.
|Primary:||Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.|
|Team:||GUNDA Corporation, Inc.|
|COH Project Manager||Michael Ereti, Public Works & Engineering, City of Houston|
For more information about City Mobility Planning, please email: Mobility.Planning@houstontx.gov