CROSBY, Texas – Commissioner Jack Morman announced the start of construction on a new BetterStreets2Neighborhoods (BS2N) project for Monday, July 16th along various roadways throughout the Crosby area. BS2N is a Precinct 2 program dedicated to preserving asphalt roadways by conducting base repairs, asphalt milling and overlay, as well as roadway button and striping replacement.
This $2.8 million project will repair nearly 14 miles of roadway, including Runneburg Road, Kennings Road, and Reidland Road, among many others. Construction is expected to be complete in the fourth quarter of this year. Roadwork will require single-lane closures, so drivers are encouraged to plan their commutes accordingly and drive with caution through the construction zones.
Over the last year, Commissioner Morman’s BS2N program repaired nearly 70 miles of roadway throughout East Harris County. He currently has plans to repair more than 60 additional miles by the end of the year.
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