The City of Bryan, in partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation and the Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization, is planning safety and mobility improvements for William J. Bryan Parkway (FM 158) from Texas Avenue to Earl Rudder Freeway.

Working closely with the community during this project has remained a priority for the City and community members have responded by providing a wealth of helpful input. Through a series of public meetings, a design charette, many individual meetings, survey responses and other comments, the City has developed plans that address the priorities for this corridor while reflecting community values and preferences.

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  • Survey (trees, roads)
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  • Traffic data analysis
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  • Environmental review
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  • Meetings with property owners
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  • Introductory public meeting to gather input
  • Public input review and analysis
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  • Identification of preliminary improvement concepts
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  • Public design workshop
  • Public input review and analysis
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  • Engineering analysis for viable options
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  • Coordination and updates with stakeholders on options
  • Public meeting
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  • Additional engineering analysis
  • Refinements to design plan
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  • Coordination with public, TxDOT, and other agencies to share final plan

Construction is anticipated to begin in early 2021.

Schedule

Jan. - Mar.

Gather Data

APRIL - JUNE

Identify Potential Improvements

JULY - SEPT.

Evaluate Options and Refine Plan

DEC. - FEB.

Present Draft Plan and Refine

Early 2019

Finalize Plan

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Feb. 8, 2019

 

 

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