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SWG-2022-00333 - Texas Department of Transportation - wetlands and streams - Montgomery County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published June 28, 2022
Expiration date: 7/29/2022

Public Notice          Project Plans         Alternative Analysis          Mitigation Plan

The applicant proposes to permanently discharge approximately 2,292-cubic-yards of fill material into approximately 1.46-acres of aquatic resources, including approximately 0.083-acre of palustrine emergent wetlands (PEM), 0.28-acre of palustrine scrub shrub wetlands (PSS), 0.34-acre of palustrine forested wetlands (PFO), 299-linear-feet (0.05-acre) of ephemeral streams, 334-linear-feet (0.04-acre) of intermittent streams, and 75-linear-feet (<0.01-acre) of perennial streams, throughout 9 independent single, and complete crossings associated with the widening of approximately 4.5-miles of State Highway (SH) 105.  Such activities include widening the project corridor to a four-lane facility with two 12-foot-wide travel lanes in each direction, a 16-foot-wide continuous two-way turn lane, a 6-foot-wide sidewalk along the north and south sides of SH 105, and a 15-foot outside shared use lane with bicycle accommodations provided along the north and south sides of SH 105.  Temporary impacts would occur to approximately 125-linear-feet of streams (<0.03-acre) associated with existing bridge column removal.