In order to construct pipe laterals and inlets across Lexington, another traffic switch will occur along Lexington Blvd. (see map attached). One lane of traffic on either side of Lexington will be open (the outside lanes on each side) along the stretch from Riverbend Crossing and Dulles Ave. This traffic pattern is anticipated to last approximately three to four weeks. Traffic control devices such as Digital Message Signs (DMS), temporary small signs, temporary traffic buttons on the pavement, drums, vertical panels, and barricades will be in place at the site. Please drive with caution and follow the traffic control devices. Residents are asked to be mindful of work crews during this time and avoid the area if possible. Visit its.sugarlandtx.gov for more information on Sugar Land travel data.
Sugar Land voters decisively approved four general obligation bond propositions totaling $90.76 million on November 5, 2019. The projects included in the bond propositions were selected based on extensive planning through various master plans, City Council input, and the results of citizen satisfaction surveys that indicated drainage, public safety, and traffic/mobility are the top three priorities for residents. The Riverbend Stormwater Inlets and Pipes Replacement fulfills the city’s commitment to our community to prioritize drainage projects. To learn more about the background of this project, visit: http://interactivemaps.sugarlandtx.gov/pd/DRGOB2.pdf