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SWG-2018-00221 - Texas Department of Transportation-Beaumont District - East Fork San Jacinto River - Montgomery County, Texas

Published April 30, 2019
Expiration date: 5/31/2019

Full Public Notice          Proposed Project Plans          Proposed Compensatory Mitigation Plan

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to discharge 20,450 cubic yards of fill material, and 17.32 cubic yards of concrete, into approximately 0.0115 acres of wetlands, 7.129 acres of palustrine forested wetlands, and 0.09 acres of streams, for the purpose of highway improvement activities.  The proposed activities will be along a 4.47-mile stretch of US 59, from Fostoria Road to State Loop 573, and will consist of widening US 59 from a four-lane divided highway to a six-lane divided highway, with two frontage roads, an expansion of the bridge over the East Fork San Jacinto River, including the addition of two bridges, and one bridge replacement, as well as limited bicycle and pedestrian accommodations, and a 14-acre detention basin.