Houston's Lower Westheimer Corridor Study Pitches Mobility and Safety Improvements

The infrastructure improvements funded by the ReBuild Houston initiative are moving forward. The latest example, the Lower Westheimer Corridor Study, recently released a concept video to make the case for a suite of roadway improvements.
May 12, 2017, 11am PDT | James Brasuell | @CasualBrasuell
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"This week the city of Houston released a video of a virtual drive down what the Lower Westheimer area would look like after planned changes are made," according to an article by Craig Hlavaty.

The Lower Westheimer Corridor Study is funded by ReBuild Houston, the city's controversial drainage fee designed to fund infrastructure repair projects. According to the city's Corridor Study website, a nine-month study will help the city produce recommendations for an improved roadway design "that considers the needs of all of the stakeholders" while preserving and enhancing the character of the corridor and improving mobility and safety.

In the meantime, stakeholders and residents (and the rest of us around the country) can check out the concept visualization.

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Published on Thursday, May 11, 2017 in Houston Chronicle
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