The Mile 2 West Project, from SH 107 to US 83, has received $1.2 million in construction funding under the Coordinated Border Infrastructure (CBI) Appropriations for FY01 and $800,000.00 from the FY05-FY09 Safe, Accountable, Flexible and Efficient-Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFE-TEA:LU). This project is part of the State of Texas’ long-range transportation improvement plan.
Mile 6 West Period of Performance: January 2002 – Present Project Engineer: TEDSI Infrastructure Project Cost: $7.5 Million DL, Inc.’s Role: Legislative Support & Agency Coordination
Project/Job Description: The project is designed to widen and reconstruct Mile 6 West, from SH 107 South to US Expressway, from a two-lane roadway (22 feet of pavement) to a four-lane roadway facility with shoulders. Approximately 7,500 vehicles travel along Mile 6 West daily, including residential, school and commercial traffic, and this figure is expected to double over the next ten years. Widening improvements to this roadway will provide an improved
88 and FM 1015.
This will in
North-South Arterial Eastern portion of
which is currently lacing in the
vehicle movements from the Progresso International Crossing to the Mid-Valley region of Texas.
DL, Inc. provides on-going Legislative Support and Agency Coordination for the Mile 6 West roadway improvement project. The project has received $2,800,000.00 from the FY05-FY09 Safe, Accountable, Flexible and Efficient-Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFE-TEA:LU). This project is also part of the State of Texas’ long-range transportation improvement plan.