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Major Roadway and Utility Construction
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Several roadway and utility projects are currently underway to prepare for future growth of The Woodlands. While The Woodlands Township organization is not directly managing or funding these projects, The Woodlands Township is striving to keep residents and businesses updated of these highly visible projects.

Brief descriptions of some of the projects appear below. More information can be found by using the links on the left side of this page.

Groundwater Reduction Plan (GRP)
One of the major projects underway is the San Jacinto River Authority Groundwater Reduction Plan. This project includes the construction of water pipelines through The Woodlands which will bring in surface water from Lake Conroe. Planning for this project has been going on for many years with construction scheduled to be complete by 2015. Pre-construction activities are beginning in far western and northern sections of The Woodlands in June 2013. Please visit the GRP Web site for traffic alerts, construction schedules and much more. Click inside sections of the map linked here for close-ups and more information.

State Highway 242 Flyover
This project is coordinated through the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and is expected to continue through November 2014.

Woodlands Parkway Widening
This project concerns the widening of Woodlands Parkway from four lanes to six lanes from East Panther Creek Drive to Grogan's Mill Road. This is scheduled for completion by the end of May 2014.

Traffic Signal Update

Kuykendahl at Timarron

 • Poles and lights have been completed but the signals still need to be energized and programmed to become operational.

Grogan’s Mill at High Timbers

 • Implementation of this new traffic signal will be delayed until after the completion of construction of the SJRA GRP waterline that is currently underway at this location.

Kuykendahl at Bay Branch
• All underground work has been completed and poles have been erected. Signal proposed to be operational around mid-April.



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