SH 99 Grand Parkway
Segments H, I-1 & I-2
Miles of New Highway
First Segment (D) of
The vision for mobility using a “highway loop” around Houston dates back to the early 1960s.
More than 50 years later, this vision is becoming a reality with the design and construction of the remaining segments of SH 99 Grand Parkway, Segments H, I-1 & I-2. At 180+ miles, this circumferential scenic highway will be the longest highway loop in the United States, traversing seven counties and encircling the Greater Houston region, which is the fourth-most populous city in the United States.
In March 2017, the Texas Department of Transportation awarded the $855 million design-build construction contract for Segments H, I-1 & I-2 to Grand Parkway Infrastructure, a joint venture led by global infrastructure leader Ferrovial Agroman, along with Webber LLC and Granite Construction Inc.
Construction along the corridor, stretching from the US 59/IH 69 interchange to the north and SH 146 in Baytown to the south, commenced in 2018. Construction activities are currently underway, including bridge construction, roadway paving, right-of-way acquisition with property owners, and utility relocations.
Segments H, I-1 & I-2 represent 52.8 miles of the 184 mile SH 99/Grand Parkway loop
Acquisition of easements through 375+ land parcels
80 new or substantially reconstructed bridges will be built
The first segment – Segment D – of SH 99/Grand Parkway opened in August 1994; the most recent segment – Segment G – opened in March 2016
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As construction continues, we will post information about upcoming traffic impacts, including lane, ramp, and bridge closures. Please note that all traffic impacts are subject to change.
Ongoing (24 hrs)
The Grand Parkway Infrastructure team implemented a number of long-term closures (8 weeks) Friday, July 23 in Baytown on Business 146 and State Highway 146. These closures are needed to allow crews to expedite construction at the Wyoming Street / Business 146 intersection in Baytown within segment I-2 of the Grand Parkway. Below you will find details regarding the closures and their respective durations.
SH 146 northbound exit ramp (Missouri St. / W Main St. ) will be closed 24 hours a day. Motorists will be detoured to the next northbound exit (W. Texas Ave / Decker Drive).
SH 146 southbound on ramp at Business 146 westbound (westbound to southbound connector) will be closed. Motorists will be detoured to Missouri St. to make a U-turn to access the SH 146 southbound on ramp
U-turn closed at SH 99 westbound at Business 146 eastbound
The eastbound and westbound SH 99 U-turns closed at FM 1405
U-turn closed at SH 99 eastbound between FM 1405 and Fisher Road
Wismer Drive (between Business 146 eastbound and westbound) closed
CR 610 closed at FM 1960
May 9-16 (7AM-7PM)
Single right lane closure on 146 southbound and northbound near Eagle Drive
May 9-16 (7AM-7PM)
The left lane of southbound SH 99 from the eastbound I-10 frontage road to Old Needle Point will be closed
May 15 & 16 (8PM-5AM)
The off-ramp from Fred Hartman to northbound 146 will be closed
Beginning September 7, crews will be closing the left lane on the IH 10 westbound frontage road on a 24 hour basis. This closure is needed to tie in IH 10 westbound frontage road with the new SH 99 northbound on ramp. This closure will be in place for several weeks.
May 9-16 (7AM-7PM)
The left lane of eastbound SH 99 from Valley Ranch Pkwy. to Valley Ranch Blvd. will be closed.
May 9-14 (7AM-7PM)
Alternating lanes of northbound and southbound US 59 at SH 99 will be closed.
Alternating lanes on FM 1485 from Wilderness Rd. and Galaxy Blvd. will be closed.
The eastbound and westbound SH 99 U-turns closed at Valley Ranch Parkway
For any inquiries, questions or concerns, please call 877-553-7374, email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form below.
Grand Parkway Infrastructure Office
8811 F.M. 1960 Bypass Road West
Humble, TX 77338
Hours of Operation: 9:00AM - 5:00PM (Monday thru Friday)