Construction Updates

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January 5, 2018

Post Oak Boulevard – North Segment Construction / 610 to San Felipe

Driveway work continues in the northbound lanes from Hollyhurst to I-610

Storm sewer installation at Garrettson and McDonalds will conclude. Paving will follow

Installation of sidewalks in southbound lanes will continue


Post Oak Boulevard – Middle Segment Construction / San Felipe to Westheimer 

Installation of trees will begin from south of Guilford, north to Ambassador on the southbound side

Installation of sanitary and storm sewer will begin in the northbound lanes from San Felipe moving south.  Following their installation, paving will begin

Back of curb work will continue in front of Post Oak Central in the southbound lanes
 

Post Oak Boulevard – South Segment Construction / Westheimer to Richmond 

Continue concrete pavement removal, then installation of base and new pavement on southbound lanes from West Alabama to Fairdale

Continue installing sanitary manholes on southbound lanes from West Alabama to Richmond

Continue installation of storm crossings and inlets on southbound lanes from West Alabama to Hidalgo

Crosswalk between Dillard’s and The Galleria will be closing soon

Centerpoint, AT&T and other contractors continue the adjustment and relocation work in the area.

All work subject to change based on weather conditions and utility conflicts.


If you have questions, please contact us at construction@uptown-houston.com.

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Achievements

2016

December – Pedestrian environment prototype is completed. Wider sidewalks, pedestrian lights and trees are added to an area on Post Oak Boulevard to aid in planning the construction.

2016

November – Modifications on the arches at Four Oaks Place and Willie G’s began.

2016

August – The first iconic ring was removed from the intersection of Post Oak Boulevard and Uptown Park Boulevard for refurbishment. Watch Video

2016

June – Tree Preservation Plan is implemented. First tree is removed from the median and relocated to a new, permanent location along Post Oak Boulevard.

2015

City Council unanimously approved budget and 5-year CIP

TxDOT approved West Loop Dedicated Bus Lanes

Groundbreaking of The Boulevard

2014

environmental clearance granted by Federal Transit Administration granted

2013

$62M grant approved by Houston-Galveston Area Council

revised Project Plan approved by City Council

2003

Referendum approved transit on Post Oak Boulevard

1999

Project Plan Approved by City Council