Mobility & Transportation
The District is developing a transportation/mobility master plan to integrate with existing federal, state, regional, county, and city transportation planning efforts. The plan includes dedicating Hillcroft as a “scenic parkway,” preserving its large median, and discouraging expansion through the surrounding residential area. The District also works with other governmental agencies to improve ingress and egress along Beltway 8 and US-59, and enhance access to the corridors and the region as a whole. The District provides resources for transportation and traffic flow studies and uses available resources to assist in specific mobility projects, such as traffic signal timing and driveway consolidation along the corridors. The District has worked very closely with METRO on dissemination of information about improvements related to the Rail 90A project. The District has become an advocate for the Brays Oaks community in mobility planning and ensuring METRO receives the community’s concerns and suggestions.
Take maximum advantage of all available resources to create a well-planned transportation system that effectively addresses the current and future mobility needs of the area.
PROGRAMS and PROJECTS
- Develop and implement a transportation/mobility master plan for the District and integrate it into existing federal, state, regional, county, and city planning transportation efforts.
- Maximize opportunities to utilize Main Street as a connector to the Fort Bend County Toll Road and commuter rail for the area.
- Recognize and promote Fondren as the “street of choice” to accept increased vehicle capacity demand in the future.
- Dedicate Hillcroft as a “scenic parkway,” preserve its large median, and discourage expansion through the surrounding residential area.
- Enhance transit service along Fondren and Main Street, including the introduction of a transfer station at the intersection of Fondren and Main Street to allow connection with the proposed commuter rail service along this corridor.
- Work with other governmental agencies to improve ingress and egress along Beltway 8 and US-59, and enhance access to the corridors and the region as a whole.
- Provide resources for transportation and traffic flow studies and use available resources to assist in certain mobility projects, such as traffic signal timing or driveway consolidation along the corridors.
- Work with existing public, private, and nonprofit entities to ensure that the District is included in long- and short-term transportation planning efforts.
- Prepare and implement design plans in partnership with TXDOT, HCTRA, and METRO with regard to the aesthetics and overall look of Beltway 8, US-59, and Main Street, overpasses, exit/entry ramps, and landscaping.
- Improve signage in the District to provide a highly visible, creative way-finding system.
- Increase “pass through” as well as destination traffic in the area.