Traffic & Transportation Projects
Transportation systems allows us to get where we are going safely, quickly and has always played an essential role in the development of society. Terra Associates’ seasoned staff provides effective transportation engineering, design and management options.
We have decades of experience in working with local regulations and cultural concerns. We consider the whole picture, environmental concerns, historical preservation and community outlook. This is critical as residents of the communities that we serve.
Project consisted of adding managed lanes to SH 288 from CR 58 to the Brazoria County/Harris County line at Clear Creek.
Terra Associates completed three traffic signal designs along Discovery Bay and Hughes Ranch Road. The elevated “T” ramp signal created several design challenges that required extensive coordination among several consultants.
The signal design includes video detection, signal pole and pad mounted cabinets, and fiber interconnect. Terra also completed the SW3P plans for the entire 5.09 miles. The design included multiple traffic control scenarios.
Brazoria County, Texas
Terra Associates, Inc. took the lead in designing and managing approximately 3000 L.F. of concrete curb and gutter roadway for Vicksburg Boulevard and the approaches on Lake Olympia Parkway for Fort Bend County Precinct 2.
The project included a traffic warrant study, regional drainage design, cross-section details, traffic signal design, traffic control plans, signing & striping design, drainage design and storm water pollution prevention plans. Coordination with the City of Missouri City and other utility companies that have utilities within the project limits was required throughout the duration of the project.
Design plans were completed in 2012, and construction will begin late 2014.
Fort Bend County, Texas
Terra Associates completed the Traffic Impact Analysis for a 123,000 square foot Kroger Grocery store along with several fast food restaurants, a shopping center and fuel station.
Project included the development of PS&E for a new public roadway that will intersect with Garth Road south of San Jacinto Mall. The design included 1,500 feet of new concrete pavement, new water & sanitary lines, and a new traffic signal at Santavy Street & Garth Road.
Bidding of the project was split into two different packages. Terra Associates bid the Water, Sewer, and Drainage improvements, while the City of Baytown bid the Paving and Traffic Signal.
Terra Associates is beginning to develop PS&E for several roadway improvements along League City Parkway (LCP).
A comprehensive traffic operational assessment identified several roadway improvements due to a proposed development located near the intersection of LCP & Hobbs Road.
Several deceleration and auxiliary lanes will be constructed along with a new traffic signal. Extensive coordination with the City of League City was conducted throughout the various stages of the project.