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Posted on: October 9, 2019

Buffalo Speedway Reconstruction Project - 60% Design Meeting Notice

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Through the work of the roadway and drainage engineers, the City of West University Place continues to make progress on the design of Buffalo Speedway Project. The project has reached the 60% design milestone. At this stage, the design of the project is starting to really take shape.

Key components of this project include:

  • Removal and replacement of the roadway pavement between Bissonnet Street and West Holcombe Boulevard. Construction will be approximately within the footprint of the existing roadway.

  • Installation of box culverts to improve drainage from Bissonnet Street to south of West Holcombe Boulevard to connect to the Poor Farm Ditch.

  • Replace traffic signals at Rice Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard, and University Boulevard intersection

The City is hosting the second of three meetings to inform all affected property owners, as well as provide an opportunity for all West University Place residents to review the current plans and provide comments to the City and Engineering staff. This meeting is open to the general public.

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MEETING DATE, TIME AND LOCATION


DATE:              Monday, October 21, 2019

TIME:               6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

VENUE:            West U Community Building - Auditorium

ADDRESS:       6104 Auden, West University Place, TX 77005

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If you are unable to attend the meeting, but would like to provide comments or concerns, you may submit them via email to:

buffalospeedway@westutx.gov  (please reference Buffalo Speedway Reconstruction Project in the subject line)

The deadline to submit comments on the 60% design is Tuesday, November 5.

For more information or to sign up for Project Alerts, visit https://westutx.gov/Buffalo.

The final public meeting (90% design) will be scheduled in February/March 2020.

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